After completing the Impact of Disability on the Family programme, learners will be able to:
- Recognize the effects of caring for a person with an intellectual disability on close and extended family members
- Explain changing family roles in the lives of persons with disabilities from infancy to ageing
- Identify strategies that create partnerships with families to provide support to individuals with disabilities
- Explain how family support organizations assist families
€29.99You will be presented with the concept that, just as in the real world we have certain rights, responsibilities, and standards of behavior as citizens, this is true in the digital world as well. This will be supported by looking at the similarities between the two worlds. Your understanding of what digital citizenship entails will be increased by examining its three principles, each of which is comprised of three elements. You will be counselled on how to practice good citizenship using each of the elements. The course finishes up with giving you exercises designed to reinforce the principles.
€29.99This course will introduce you to the history of emotional intelligence and what its all about. Youll explore the most popular theories, including the EI blueprint, Martin Seligmans ABCs of optimism, the VALUE and SOLER techniques, Ekmans seven basic emotions, and Plutchiks wheel. Youll also explore your personal values and vision statement to help guide you in your emotional intelligence development.
€29.99Diabetes and People with intellectual disabilities need support from staff to manage their condition and live healthy lives. Without this support they may be at risk of long-term damage to their eyes, heart, kidneys, and feet from excess glucose levels in their blood..