Interactive Training: Supporting People with Severe and Profound Intellectual Disabilities in Meaningful ActivitySandy Toogood (author)
Mixed media product Published: 16/02/2010
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A complete resource for introducing and implementing interactive training for those who support people with severe and profound intellectual disabilities in meaningful activity. The approach provides a snapshot picture of the service before and after training, and the opportunity to share examples of good practice and identify obstacles to service user participation that have arisen during the training. Key features: Flexibility of use; positive impact on individual staff, team and service practice; positive engagement and outcomes for service users; video illustrations. Contents include: Part 1: Introduction and overview Including principles of interactive training and when and how to use it Part 2: Implementing interactive training Including organising training, lead trainer and support trainer observation and feedback, and coaching methods Part 3: Follow up Including writing up training outcomes and oral presentation Part 4: Workshop-based simulation training Including training trainers, interval and narrative recording, live simulation, references and further reading This manual contains: A wirobound resource and CD-rom including full guidelines, blank forms, checklists and handouts, slide presentation, video simulation vignettes and references. Vital information for: Professional and supervisory staff, trainers, senior care workers, psychologists, nurses, social workers, occupational therapists and others involved in implementing or supporting interactive training.
Publisher: Pavilion Publishing and Media Ltd
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