Estia Centre training for September 2017

Supporting Adults with Learning Disabilities whose Behaviour Challenges 21 & 22 September 2017 - FULLY BOOKED 

Introduction to Mental Health and Mental Wellbeing for Staff Supporting Adults with Learning Disabilities  26 September 2017 - FULLY BOOKED 

Click here to download our brochure and to book a place or go direct to payment link 

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Maudsley Simulation training for NHS Clinicians  - 27 September 2017

Maudsley Simulation is the UK’s first simulation training centre focusing on mental health with the aim of improving services for all who are affected or impacted by mental health issues. Since 2014 working as part of South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, we have successfully developed a range of new simulation training courses which you can browse their website for more information. 

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Deprivation of Liberty - 8 November 2017 - Venue: Weston Education Centre King's College London - see flyer 

To book a place please go to payment link

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User Involvement Focus Group  - 5 October 2017

Please contact Ruwani.trabelsi@slam.nhs.uk  if you are interested in joining this group. 

Felix Post Unit, Maudsley Hospital, Denmark Hill, SE5 8AZ

10.00 a.m. - 12.00 p.m 

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Learning Disability Today London 2017 - 22 November 2017

ILEC Conference Centre, London 

For further information visit their website 

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Estia Centre Meet and Greet Morning  - 28 November 2017

Ortus Maudsley Learning, 82-96 Grove Lane, Camberwell, London, SE5 8SN

Please come along and meet the Estia team and find out what our plans are for the future. Meet the experienced clinicians involved in our training and find out the history and purpose of the Estia Centre. 

To book a place please email:   angela.degen@slam.nhs.uk

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Two day course in use of the Mini PAS-ADD & ChA-PAS for mental health assessment of people with intellectual disability - 7 & 8 March 2018

Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN), Kings College London, De Crespigny Park 

Recognising and responding to mental health needs has been one of the most important developments in the field of intellectual disability over the past 40 years.  During that time, staff working with people who have ID have become increasingly sophisticated in their knowledge of mental health issues, and increasingly pivotal in the roles they fulfil.  Overall, the assessment of mental health problems has become an increasingly collaborative venture between psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers and others.  The PAS-ADD tools have become widely adopted throughout the UK, Australia and many other countries, as a way of improving the quality of assessment, and communication of information between professionals.  

For further information and payment link

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