Alcohol-Related Brain Damage (ARB) is the preferred term of the Royal College of Psychiatry for a collection of disorders related to long-term alcohol misuse such as: Wernicke’s encephalopathy and Korsakoff’s syndrome. Our 90-minute course will help you understand the differences between alcoholic hallucinosis and delerium tremens, confabulation from lying and the current best practice to manage ARBD.
6 benefits you will gain by attending:-
Understand the psychosocial & physical effects of prolonged alcohol misuse
Recognise the signs and symptoms of Wernicke’s encephalopathy
List the common features of Korsakoff’s syndrome
Describe the medical treatments for the; prevention, rehabilitation & maintenance for ARBD conditions
Explore how psychological therapies can help in the recovery process
Examine effective compensatory practices that can help people with irreversible dementia