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CST Facilitators Training Opportunity

Become a CST Facilitator

Cognitive Stimulation Therapy (CST) has been proven to be as effective as some of the anti-dementia drugs and the evidence is growing.

Whilst there is no cure for dementia, there is a treatment that boasts good results. The principles of CST can be used as a basis of all stimulating group activity planning. Ideal for residential settings, community groups, care homes and day centres.

Memory Matters have delivered CST sessions on a daily basis in a variety of settings for the last 10 years and have a wealth of experience to share with you.

  • Recommended in the NICE Dementia Guideline (CG42)

  • Part of the Royal College of Psychiatrists National Accreditation Programme for Memory services

  • Evidence-based, proven through Randomised Control Trials

Memory Matters CST Facilitators course is upbeat and fun, delivered by co-founder, joint CEO and qualified nurse, Laura Walker.

An understanding of CST is the perfect basis for any activity provision for people living with dementia, including in the arts. It can be used in groups but also on a one to one with clients.

  • Flexible Training

  • Complete in your own time and at your pace

  • Life-time access

  • Certificate on completion

  • & Membership of a CST Facilitators Facebook Group

We deliver the CST Training LIVE via zoom. Cost is £95 per person. If you would like some more information then please contact us on

Feedback from our training days

"Thank you so much for your enthusiasm, positivity and obvious care for what you do, and for passing that on and motivating me to think that at least change may be possible."

"Included lots of group work, keeps everyone interested and awake!"

"A great day with the right balance of informality and quality teaching."

"The course was very well presented, with enthusiasm and passion."

"I liked the variety of clinical backgrounds of the people on the course giving differing perspectives. It was an interesting and valuable day."

"The course was entertaining and informative."

"Thank you very much for an enjoyable day."

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