Carers at Castle View Nursing Home in Peel have been presented dementia training awards by Minister for Health Howard Quayle MHK.
Eleven members of the care team received certificates and badges after they completed the ‘Living in My World’ accredited dementia training course.
It helps carers understand how people living with dementia see the worldd which increases understanding on how their residents can be best supported.
Home manager, John Adair, said: ‘Living in My World puts us in a position to provide an even higher quality of care for our residents with the condition and superior support for their families.
‘We are very proud to be investing in our staff and leading the way in dementia care on the island.’