Understanding Peoples Needs

Give learners working in a health or social care context, an understanding of approaches to supporting those with mental health needs.
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ADHD Awareness Course

Our ADHD Awareness Course helps you understand attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) including ADHD symptoms, how to recognise it and how to support an individual who displays ADHD for both adults and children.

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Attachment Awareness

An introductory training course that outlines a basic understanding of what attachment is, and how it may impact on the relationships and behaviour of children within a care setting environment.

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Autism Awareness

This course helps delegates to understand autism and Asperger’s syndrome and how to help support individuals with these conditions. It explores challenging behaviour within autism and autism behaviour management strategies.

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Autism Awareness Online

Our online training modules are developed by autistic people and autism specialists, and have been created to enhance your autism knowledge.

Able Training Dementia Awareness Course, Care and Nursing Home

Dementia Awareness Course

This course enables attendees to better understand dementia and to build relationships with and offer practical support to those with dementia.

Able Training Dementia Awareness Course, Care and Nursing Home

Dignity in Care

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.

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End of Life Care

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.

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Understanding Peoples Needs

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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