Tim England is a Dementia Care Specialist, an Educator, a Consultant and an Advanced Care Planner who advocates on behalf of people living with dementia and their family caregivers. Since graduating with a Bachelor of Dementia Care, Tim works within his local community supporting people living with dementia and regularly facilitates education, communication workshops and one-on-one coaching for private businesses, health care professionals and family carers for those living with dementia.
Tim England is a Dementia Care Specialist, an experienced Educator, an effective Consultant and a Advance Care Planner who advocates on behalf of people living with dementia and their family caregivers.
As a Dementia Care Specialist, Tim often volunteers his time to encourage others to make a positive difference to people living with dementia in their community. Tim achieves this by sharing information about the personal impact of dementia, and what can be done to help.
However, years before this, Tim was the creator of the world’s first publicly accessible shark diving program at the internationally acclaimed tourist venue Oceanworld in Sydney, Australia. This benchmark program allowed individuals, who had no prior scuba diving experience, to swim underwater in a public aquarium with over 70 sharks. He’s program became the framework for international aquariums to duplicate.
For the next 15 years following this achievement Tim produced and delivered pragmatic leadership and coaching workshops to front line staff and line management. Companies who benefited from his experience include Vodafone, Optus, Foxtel and the COBRA group of companies. In 2007, Tim left the corporate world and entered the healthcare sector specialising in dementia care within the community.
In 2012 and while working fulltime Tim enrolled into fulltime study at the University of Tasmania as a mature aged student to complete the first ever Bachelor of Dementia Care program via the world renown Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre. He is currently 1 of only 68 individuals with this degree.
In 2015 Tim was invited to join the Golden Key International Honour Society, which is a world-wide organisation which recognises student excellence.
Also, as an Advance Care Consultant and a graduate of the School of Health and Care Radicals as a certified Change Agent, Tim is committed to finding, sharing, and creating bold and innovative new ideas in health and care.
For the last 9 years Tim has worked within his local community supporting people living with dementia and regularly facilitates education, communication workshops and one-on-one coaching for private businesses, health care professionals and family carers for those living with dementia.
Tim England (B.DemCare) can be contact on 0406 764 340 or via the contact page.