Why is Oral Care Important?
Maintaining oral health supports self-esteem, dignity, social integration and nutrition, while poor health can lead to pain, infection, and tooth loss. This can negatively impact a person's ability to eat, communicate, laugh, and smile.
A Few Hours, A World of Difference
If you are a non-dental professional working in a health and social care setting, pharmacy, school, care home, or if you provide other residential support for people who need an extra hand with their personal care, our short oral health training sessions are for you. Training is designed to help to improve the oral and overall health of patients and clients.
Just a few hours of training can make an enormous difference, significantly lessening the pressure on the NHS, bettering quality of life for our patients, and providing us with knowledge that will positively impact the lives of patients and clients for years to come.
Oral health training is currently available for the following (please click on links to view brochures available):
Book your free place today at your workplace or at a local venue.
To book a place please email Janet Fullard or telephone 0191 2754793.
For more detailed information on our training programmes contact our clinical lead via email Rachel Lish
or telephone 0191 275 4793.