Our Therapeutic Parenting Course is aimed at Parents and Supporting Professionals that want to learn the core principles of Therapeutic Parenting.
Understanding Peoples Needs Overview:
With an estimated, 450 million people worldwide suffering from a mental health problem, around a quarter of British adults will experience some form of mental health problem each year. Mental health presents one of the greatest challenges in our society. While many elements of mental health are still not understood, having a good knowledge of the information that is available will help you develop your understanding of the people you support is essential in the care sector.
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Learn support structures and effective strategies to aid young children and adolescents with the Pathological demand avoidance (PDA).
Our Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder course gives learners an overview of what FASD is and helps them recognise the signs and symptoms of the disorder. The course outlines tools and strategies for the support, care and education of someone affected with FASD and how it may affect them across their lifespan.
This 3 hour course is for care staff involved in palliative care or who may be likely to care for those approaching the end of their life.
This course explores the challenges associated with allegations and complaints against those that care for children and clearly outlines the processes and procedures that should be taken.
This course enables attendees to better understand dementia and to build relationships with and offer practical support to those with dementia.
This course explores what self-harm is, who does it and how to recognise potential signs.
This course explores the causes, symptoms, treatments and impact that PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) can have on people and individuals.
This course enables learners to understand how to assess risk, what peopleneed to feel safe and to develop ‘safer care guidelines’ for a care environments.
This course raises awareness of the different forms of mood disorders that can affect people and explores the possible biological, psychological and social causes and effects.
This half-day or one-day course equips parents, carers and teachers to identify and act on the signs of child sexual exploitation.
This course explores the drivers of dignity in care, relevant legislation, the National Dignity in Care Challenge and how dignity in care should be applied to practical issues.
This course outlines what ADHD is, how to recognise it and how to support an individual who displays it for both adults and children.
The varying effects of alcohol have been observed by human civilization for thousands of years. Its use is often varied, having a place in all levels of society and utilised consistently in medicine, religion, and social ritualism. The eternal contradiction between alcohol as essential for pleasure yet being a catalyst for pain and societal evil, is found throughout much…
This month plays host to the worldwide celebration of Autistic Pride Day. The 18th June saw organisations and people across the globe come together to connect with one another through various events, with the aim to celebrate autistic diversity and to demonstrate to allistic (non-autistic) people that those with autism are unique individuals, and not…
The 13th May see’s the start of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week. In today’s increasingly knowledgeable and tolerant society, there’s still a whole lot of social stigma surrounding mental health. Mental health is conventionally defined by a person’s level of psychological well-being or the absence of mental illness – mental illness referring collectively to…
This year sees the return of National Autism Week, and the 10th Anniversary of the Autism Act in England. Pioneered by the National Autistic Society (NAS), the goal of National Autism Week is to raise public awareness and draw attention to the 700,000 people living with autism within the UK, and to help make the…
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