Safeguarding Children with Disabilities Only £36

What topics are covered by the course?

Welcome and learning objectives
Context and Overview
Rights of Children, Young People, Facilities and Carers
Awareness of Different Types of Disability
Communication
Attitudes and Value
Transitions
Guidelines for Working
Safeguarding Issues
Abuse and Parents/Carers and summary

Who should attend?

This course is designed for anyone who works with children, young people and their families.

What will I be able to do on completion?

On completion of this course learners will have covered these learning objectives:

Be able to recall some of the key legislation and guidance relating directly and indirectly to children and disability
Understand the range of initiatives focussing on disabled children, their siblings and carers, including their rights enshrined in legislation, government guidance or recommendations from disability groups
Be able to state what disability is under the Disability Discrimination Act and list the four main types of disability
Understand why communication is important, be able to name means of and barriers to communication for disabled children, and be able to describe how to ensure consultation and participation
Be able to explain how children from minority ethnic backgrounds could experience ‘double discrimination’ and how professionals can influence this
Understand the key elements that go into various aspects of child welfare, including transitional planning, multi-agency working, dealing with diagnosis etc.
Recognise how safeguarding issues fit into the process, such as the links between abuse and disability, the need for Sex and Relationships Education and how the disclosure of abuse affects parents/carers

How will I be assessed?

Approximately 2 hours. The length of time taken depends entirely on how quickly you can study and absorb the material. You can proceed as quickly or slowly as you like, and there is no limit on how long you can take to do the course.

In the UK there are approximately 1.2 million children living with disabilities (Families and Children Study, 2002). This course aims to raise awareness of specific needs of disabled children in relation to their vulnerability and communication.

The course contains an overview of the national and local agenda in relation to children with disabilities, basic knowledge of the range of protection needs of disabled children and information on how you can enable them to communicate about their experiences and provide support.

Guide Price: 36


Wakefield
Lancaster
Outwood
Delivery: Online
Category: Health & Medical »
Duration: Approximately 2 hours online
Qualification: The content of this course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Co

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