This session is aimed at a universal audience and allows for the development of further understanding of the management of autism spectrum disorder (ASD). It also focuses on some of the related problems and difficulties experienced by children and young people with a diagnosis of ASD.
This session is the second of two in a series focusing on attachment and wellbeing. The first session provided an overview of attachment theory and highlighted the importance of sensitive, responsive caregiving for the optimal development of the child's brain and the development of secure attachment.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and covers the specific features of delivering emotional and behavioural interventions for mental health issues in children and young people placed in criminal justice settings or residential care settings. It will also enable you to recognise and begin to tailor the care delivered to this specific context and to the needs of the young people.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and describes the principles of providing mental health support and interventions in community and other childcare settings.
The programme consists of ten eLearning modules with assessments, which are aligned to the 17 key objectives of the National Dementia Strategy created for all staff involved in health and social care in older people services including primary, secondary and tertiary care pathways providers.• Module 1 – Dementia Awareness• Module 2 – Person-centred Care• Module 3 – Identifying Dementia• Module 4 – Interventions• Module 5 – Communication• Module 6 – Caring for Carers• Module 7 – Promoting Health and Healthy Living• Module 8 – Safeguarding vulnerable Adults • Module 9 – End of Life Care• Modul