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Health, Wellbeing & Quality Supports
Achieving Equal Access

This 5-module course will provide learners with the knowledge and awareness about the unique mental health needs of people with an intellectual or developmental disability. Learners will feel more confident in their ability to recognize when people are experiencing mental health issues and to respond in positive ways to help people improve their health and well-being.

Individuals & Families
Sexcess: Healthy Relationships and Sexuality

Individuals & Families
Inclusion 101

Employment
Self-Employment for Employment Professionals

Learners will be given the knowledge and skills to assist individuals with a disability who wish to explore self-employment as an employment goal.

Education & Early Learning
Inclusion from the Start

Provides the introductory knowledge and skills to enhance learning environments and support children to thrive in any learning environment

Education & Early Learning
Access4ALL

Provides in-depth information on inclusive supports for all children in early learning environments through useful information, tools, and strategies.

Employment
Getting to Work: Transportation Training

Our 5-module transportation training provides learners with the tools, strategies, and resources to create and implement effective transportation plans for individuals.

Employment
Job Development for Success

Gain knowledge on how to support an individual in discovering their employment goals and understand the role of the job developer.

Employment
Job Coaching for Success

Providing inclusive on-the-job support

Health, Wellbeing & Quality Supports
Achieving Equal Access

Quality mental health support is essential

Foundations
Person-Centred Approach

Provides introductory knowledge and skills to assist individuals with a disability using a Person-Centred Approach.

Employment
Supported Employment Approach

Provides learners with the knowledge and background of the value of the Supported Employment approach

Health, Wellbeing & Quality Supports
Mental Health and Autistic Persons

This 1-module course delves into the intersection of mental health and autism, providing participants with a deep understanding of the unique challenges and considerations associated with the mental well-being of individuals with autism spectrum condition.

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Health, Wellbeing & Quality Supports
Achieving Equal Access
Who should take this course?

Designed primarily for people in service and support roles, including those working in health care. The information within this course is also relevant to anyone with an interest in learning more about supporting the mental health of people with ID/DD.

Course Features

Modules:

5

Duration:

10 hours

Cost:

Contact for pricing

Format:

Self-paced, Online

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