Our Challenging Behaviour Awareness and Breakaway Techniques training is designed to give health and social care staff more of an understanding into Challenging Behaviour, how to assess the level of threat and level of response by using the minimum degree of force to breakaway whilst ensuring their safety and the safety of the service user.
An increasing number of children and young people with disabilities and medical needs are being included in mainstream, private, voluntary and independent sector settings. A significant number require assistance with intimate personal care, especially toileting.
This learning disability training course aims to builds learners awareness and understanding of learning disabilities. The course will assist learners in understanding what it means to have a learning disability and help guide them on ways of supporting individual with learning disabilities
This Mental Capacity Act & Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (MCA & DOLS) course provides a background into the Mental Capacity Act and its relationship to DOLS.
The Mental Capacity Act (MCA) came into force in 2005 and was the then followed by The Deprivation of Liberties Safeguards (DOLS in 2009).
This Prader Willi Syndrome Awareness training can be delivered onsite for groups of up to 15 learners. The course will enable learners to have a better understanding of the condition and in order to support anyone who have a diagnosis of, or present as if they might have the Syndrome.
It is estimated that one in 12,000 to 15,000 people has Prader Willi Syndrome. Although it is considered a “rare” disorder, Prader Willi Syndrome is one of the most common conditions seen in genetic clinics and is the most common genetic cause of obesity that has been identified to date.
This (ADHD) training course is delivered to staff who support children and adults with the disorder. The course will give attendees a broader understanding of the issues associated with ADHD and the daily challenges for those with ADHD.
This Administration of Rectal Diazepam training course is specifically targeted at those working with individuals who are prescribed Rectal Diazepam rescue medication. This course has been designed to ensure that staff are provided with current relevant theoretical knowledge and skills.
Attendees will be supported and taught how to administer rescue medication and there will be simulated practical based assessment.
Mental Health Training | Learning Disability Training | Group Training for Support Staff | Maximum 15 Attendees
This Positive Behaviour Management course provides support staff with the knowledge they need to respond appropriately to an individuals challenging behaviour.