This suite of e-learning courses has been specifically developed to meet the needs of those working in the mental health sector
An Introduction to the Autism Spectrum
On completion learners will have an increased awareness of the main characteristics of behaviour which children on the spectrum can commonly display, as well as an understanding of the strategies available to support these.
Mental Capacity Act
This course aims to help care workers look at how the Act affects them and helps them to develop best practice.
This course raises the carers' understanding about the lived experience of a person with dementia, looking at the person first and then exploring simple techniques to help keep the person with dementia independent for longer
Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards
This course is for practitioners who deal with people using services whose requirements outline a need for knowledge of the Mental Capacity Act and the issue of deprivation of liberty safeguards.
Dignity in Care
On completion learners will understand how people might feel when not treated with dignity and respect, understand why inappropriate attitudes must be challenged and ensure all staff working in adult social care employ best practice.
The Effect of Parental Drug and Alcohol Misuse on ChildrenThis course is designed for anyone working with children, young people and their families. It aims to help the learner spot signs of harm and identify opportunities to safeguard the child.
Parental Mental Health
This course aims to help the learner understand the cause, symptoms and variety of mental health problems parents may have so they will be able to appreciate the needs and experiences of different groups and know how to support parents and children.
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