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MONTHLY LIVE WEBINARS  

Pay per Attendee

For Healthcare Professionals 
Ideal for Speech & Language Therapists,  Doctors, Nurses, Dental Care Professionals & Dentists

 Really useful, informative and relevant presentation.  Appreciate the flexibility to ask questions and value your answers.  

I will continue to recommend you to the care homes and units I visit. 

independent SLT (adults)

ORAL CARE TRAINING FOR INDPENDENT HEALTHCARE PROFESSIONALS

Monthly Oral Healthcare sessions are aimed at healthcare professionals that are involved in the oral cavity.   It is suitable for dental & health professionals involved in residential & complex care. 

In the session, you will learn the basics of good oral health, including tooth decay, gum disease, oral care for people with complex needs and the appropriate tools required.  You will learn about soft tissue findings and given tips and coping strategies of how to help deal with clients that are resistant to this part of personal care.

This session does not cover the CQC quality standard required for care homes.

Participants are encouraged to interact with discussion and polls.   2hrs CPD Certificate awarded & downloadable resources.  To secure a place please complete the booking form.

Essential Oral Care Training held every 2nd Tuesday of the month

Booking

After booking, you will be sent a confirmation email and Zoom Link.   Please allow up to 12 working hours for this to happen.

BOOKING & PAYMENT FORM  £10 PER PERSON

 

Please complete the form.  On completion of payment you will receive a link for the webinar and reminders closer to the date.

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A confirmation email with the Webinar link [ZOOM] will be emailed independently. 
For any questions please do not hesitate to get in touch info@kohc.co.uk  or 01243 710119.  
We look forward to meeting you!

LEARNING OUTCOMES

On successful completion of this course participants will be able to:

1. Have a better understanding of how to provide daily mouthcare for dependent and medically compromised patients to include denture care​.   

2. Outline the potential effects of poor oral health on an individual's general health and well-being​

3. Have a better understanding of  dental disease and recognise abnormalities

4. Recognise the need for specialised mouth care and supporting people with challenging behaviour 

     
 

 
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