A live online course Wednesday 1st December 2021 4-6pm
For carers, family members, therapists, education, health and social care professionals, helping enable you to:
- Recognise and respond to needs
- Provide emotional care and support to people who use other means than words to communicate
- Use simple, effective, compassionate, practical, evidence-based strategies and approaches
- Establish emotional care within daily routines and activities
- Develop personalised emotional care and education plans
You will get:
- A live 2 hour workshop held on Zoom with the opportunity to stay for half an hour at the end to stay on for questions and discussion
- Research evidence and theory, a framework for assessing, planning, carrying out and evaluating for emotional wellbeing promotion
- Practical strategies for supporting those you love and care for
- How to evaluate and record keep
- A certificate of attendance and a pdf colour handout
By attending this course you will learn strategies that:
- Can be used in home and school and adult services and settings
- Can be used to support children and adults
- Do not rely on cognitive and language skills and abilities
- Do not require any specialist equipment
Please note: If you are a family member and would like to attend but have difficulties paying, please get in touch, in confidence, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
The course will be led by Dr Julie Calveley, the Founder Director of NAC, a UK based community interest company that exists to support the emotional wellbeing of people with severe and profound intellectual disabilities and PMLD (www.nacwellbeing.org).
Julie is a registered learning disability nurse with over 25 years of experience and qualifications and training in psychology, mental health, behaviour, neuroscience and trauma.
She is the author of a number of publications and book chapters in the field of intellectual/learning disabilities.