Supporting People with Multiple and Profound Disabilities
This training programme supports the development of competence in direct support workers to meet the needs of people with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD).
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People with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) are unique individuals but sometimes it is helpful to talk about groups of people who have common concerns, have distinctive needs, face barriers to being included and who need help to fight for their equal rights.
Objectives of the Supporting People with Multiple and Profound Disabilities Module:
- Define ‘profound and multiple learning disabilities”
- Outline the potential impact of a multiple disabilities on a person
- Describe best practices for supporting and meeting the needs of people with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD)
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€39.99The term ‘syndrome’ is used to describe a collection or combination of conditions which develop together and result from a single cause. For example, a person who has Down syndrome may have intellectual disabilities, distinctive physical features, and health issues (such as a heart condition).