Malwina Aisha Dementia Practitioner –

Malwina Aisha Dementia Practitioner –
Old Brewery Yard, High Street
Battle, East Sussex TN33 0AF
Malwina Gawron
Old Brewery Yard, High Street
East Sussex
TN33 0AF
Where did you train, and what qualifications did you receive:
11/2019 Adult Mental Health First Aider (MHFA England) Oxfordshire MIND Certificate

11/2019 Certificate of Continuing Professional Development Young People living with Dementia Conference

11/2019 Certificate of Attendance Alzheimer’s Research UK Clinical Conference 2019

05/2019 CDP® Certified Dementia Practitioner® International Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners

06/2019 Montessori Senior-Montessori Lifestyle® Conference with Dr Cameron Camp in Warsaw

05/2019 Montessori Inspired Lifestyle® Centrum Montessori Senior Certificate

04/ 2016 SPECAL® Pro course at Centre of Excellence Contented Dementia Trust, Burford, UK

08/2013 NCFE Level 2 Certificate in Principles of Dementia care.

11/2011 The Good Care Group Training Induction Certificate

04/2011 Tomorrow Is Another Day RMBI Dementia training

09/2009 Edexcel Level 3 NVQ in Health and Social Care (Adults)

07/2008 ASET Level 2 Certificate in Managing and Safe Handling of Medicines

05/2008 Brighton and Hove Dementia care homes training

05/2008 Level 2 NVQ in Health and Social Care

03/2007 Common Induction Standards Provided by The Royal Masonic Benevolent Institution

02/2006 Dementia Awareness on behalf of Shannon Court

More Information:
Client Feedback:

“Malwina is a very experienced and resourceful carer for dementia patients.
Malwina really understands dementia and how to join in their world and take them where they need to be while making them feel in charge. It is so clever how she achieves this you almost need to see it to believe it.
She has so many ideas and methods and slips seamlessly from one to the next if needed.
When Malwina was caring for my mum, my mum was not only well cared for but was having fun too. Malwina got mum out and about and trying new things we never for a moment thought she would do. Malwina had a different , very subservient persona with my mum and would get mum onside by asking her for help so that mum felt in charge and useful. When mum felt lost or confused at home Malwina would join in with mum and turn it into an exploration of this “new ” place , helping mum to accept and work around her confusion.
Above all else Malwina was not just a carer she was a fun and inventive companion.
Malwina has a genuine interest and enthusiasm for dementia and has studied dementia and different methods to help and is continually researching new ideas.
She gave me incredible support and taught me so much more than any of the dementia books I had read.
She is an amazing resource of tried and tested and fresh ideas.” G. Coleman

What Type Of Therapy Do You Practise:
Sharing knowledge, talent, practical tips and skills with those dealing with Dementia. Utilizing trusted and tested non-pharmacological methods for effective communication in Dementia.

I Specialise In:
People with Dementia suffer from extreme anxiety and I specialise in teaching their carers how to identify the triggers to avoid these situations. Ideally, you will be a family member who needs to manage their loved one’s Care at home.


Client recent feedback:

“This a reference is to acknowledge the incredible level and content of care provided by Malwina to my dear late wife Susan. Anyone who has been involved with a loved one with dementia will know the terrible and frightening impact the decease has on the sufferer but also on the family. Malwina came into our lives in March 2012 when Susan was relocated at home for the family to provide 24hour care. Immediately Malwina was very sensitive to areas of caring which I had not previously found with other carers. The approach from Malwina towards Susan was almost as an equal – she lived in Susan’s world. She connected with Susan’s feelings and emotions. Malwina developed an environment where Susan felt contended – safe and loved. Malwina provided what we called “Susan Perfect Day” This included physical, emotional and mental activities as the basis of each day. This approach gave a complete range of approaches to daily care but was only delivered by the intelligent and caring approach by Malwina. In all other aspects of care – Malwina demonstrated at all times a thoroughly professional approach. Susan’s personal hygiene, medication and general health needs were always attended. As a person Malwina is completely trustworthy – she gave of herself in providing superb care and comfort to not only Susan but us all. I will willingly elaborate on any questions arising from this reference.” David Storrs



How Exactly Does Your Therapy Work?:

I run support groups and workshops for dementia carers.

What Is The Cost Of Your Sessions:
250 GBP for 4 workshops

Are your sessions/ suitable for: Physically Disabled People/Wheelchair Users/Those with additional needs Adults Teens/Young Adults:
Sessions are suitable for:
Physically Disabled People/Wheelchair Users
Those with additional needs
Children (up to teenager)
Teens/Young Adults

When a client has completed all their therapy(s) with you, what do you hope to have changed for them, compared to when you first met them:
Improved communication, reduced antipsychotic use , better quality of life for the carer and person with Dementia.

How long have you been practising for:
More than 10 years

What is the name of your professional association (if any):
Certified Dementia Practitioner® International Council of Certified Dementia Practitioners
What type of insurance do you have:
What Areas (Geographically) Can You Accept Clients From:
East Sussex
Do you do online sessions:
Do you do telephone sessions:
Is your therapy mobile (you travel to the client):
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