Module 3: Leading Teams to Support the Health and Wellbeing of Adults with a Learning Disability.
Duration: One day (9.30am to 4pm)
- To provide participants with knowledge and tools to lead teams to confidently secure effective and timely healthcare for people with a learning disability.
- For senior support staff and team leaders, supervisors and managers who have responsibility to mentor and supervise with others
- Recognise the health risks and inequalities experienced by people with learning disabilities.
- Understand past mistakes in relation to shaping current and future practices.
- Be able to identify the soft signs of deterioration
- Use the SBARD (Situation, Background, Assessment, Recommendation) model to clearly communicate concerns
- Review the Common Core Principles to support good mental health and wellbeing in adult social care.
- Use CQCs Key Lines of Inquiry to assess service quality.
- Health and wellbeing
- Health inequalities
- Learning from past mistakes
- The soft signs of deterioration
- Supporting to, during and after hospital
- Raising concerns
- Annual health checks
- Stopping over medication of people with a learning disability, autism or both (STOMP)
- Being inspection ready
- Common Core Principles to Support Good Mental Health in Social Care
Very informative and educative course, with rich learning materials provided to assist managers in working with their team and the people they to maintain their health and well being. Applicable to all forms and situations in life for anyone. Excellent course. Thank you!
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