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What to expect

  • Fun and interactive exercises

  • Videos and visuals

  • Thought-provoking discussions

  • Group work

  • Opportunities to learn, grow, and develop in a non-judgemental environment

What we cover

  • Equality Act 2010

  • Four categories of disability

  • Strength-based perspective

  • Person-centered approach

  • Stereotyping and bias

  • Common barrier experiences by individuals with disabilities

  • Mental Capacity Act 2010

  • Reasonable adjustments

  • Interpersonal skills and communication

  • Values and ethics, social and medical models of disability

Why choose STUBs disability awareness training?

  • The trainer has 19+ years experience of working within the health and social care sector, specializing in working with children and adults with disabilities.

  • HCPC-registered and practicing social worker.

  • Some of the trainer's academic achievements: BA (hon) Social Worker, MA Child Centred Interprofessional Practice, PgCert Practice Education, Basic Counselling, NLP Diploma, and Certificate in Life Coaching.

 

  • The trainer is also an individual living with a dual physical disability diagnosis - as such attending this training will enable you to benefit from their living experiences and knowledge of disability.

Who should attend?

  • Carers

  • Support workers

  • Youth workers

  • All other professionals that have contact with any individual who has disabilities, seen or unseen, and who is seeking to improve their practice.

To access this service, please email stubsdisabilityservice@gmail.com
for a bespoke quote.

Minimum 6, Maximum 16 delegates

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