Good Support Programmes
All About Us: Valuing Learning Disability and Autism
Who is it for?
This course is designed for people who have regular contact or responsibility for the care of people with learning disabilities.
How will I learn?
Equivalent to one day’s training. This course contains approximately 4 hours of e-learning, alongside two 2-hour small group tutorials where learning can be developed and explored in a safe and supportive environment.
One tutorial is co-delivered by a person with lived experience of autism and the other is co-delivered by a person with lived experience of learning disability.
Key topics covered in the course
Entirely coproduced, the content on this course is designed to provide an introduction to both autism and learning disabilities, before going on to explore themes that have an impact on the health and wellbeing of individuals. Both life experiences are discussed as separate and distinct before areas of commonality are explored.
- Introduction to learning disabilities
- Introduction to autism
- Reasonable adjustments
- Self-reflection and professional bias
- Improving health and wellbeing
- Good communication
- Relevant legislation
The course meets the criteria of Tier 1 and parts of Tier 2 of the Core Capabilities Framework.
To find out more or book, please email [email protected]