During the workshop, participants will. consider the meaning of behaviour. identify difficult behaviour in the context of trauma. examine the use of goals and boundaries to promote positive behaviour. increase their skills in responding to unwanted behaviour. Suitable for: Foster Carers and Social Workers
Learn what is autism, diagnosing autism, behavioural problems, creating a safe environment, traits and triads
It will help all carers to understand about ADHD and ASD. Suitable for: All carers who work with children and young people in all child care settings
Suitable for: Any individual working within the social care and education setting
Suitable for: all staff working in a care environment for at least 6 months
Suitable for: Anyone working with children in the care sector
Have an understanding of how illness or disability suffered by the adult impacts on family life, particularly that of the child, including identifying the needs of young carers, identify the particiular vulnerability of the under one year old, to understand the impact that cultural diversity has in protecting children
ÿÿTo introduce Common Assessment Framework. To ensure compliance with the "Working togethger to Safeguard Children" 2010. to understand the duties and responsibilities in accordance with the children Act's 1989, 2004, 2008. To introduce National Assessment Framework. To explore the implications for practice. To assist in a more co-ordinated...
Learn different child development, parents, family and environmental factors, learn record Keeping and retention of records
Early Identification of Emotional, Physical, Sexual abuse and Neglect. Exploration of Key aspects of Child Abuse, and it's causes. Review detailed research. Build networks of support. Increase confidence in your role. Understand the role of the LSCB. increase knowledge identify personal and organisational good practice. Suitable for: Social...