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Learning for Older People in Care Settings: A Guide for Learning Providers

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This guide is one of four, originally commissioned by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills. It is part of a range of actions undertaken by NIACE to improve access to learning opportunities by older people in care settings. The aim is to encourage those working with older people in care settings to understand the value of keeping people engaged and active through learning, and to recognise that learning is an essential and central aspect of providing care.
This guide is for managers or members of teaching staff working in a college, local authority adult education service, or other learning provider. It is also for people working within the wider adult learning sector, for example in a museum or library.

Autor(es) del recurso : 
NIACE, Department for Business, Innovation & Skills
Fecha de publicación:
Jueves, 18 Diciembre, 2014
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