This is one of a series of Relationship and Sexuality Programme is designed by the
National Institute of Intellectual Disability Studies along with Dr Michelle McCarthy
University of Kent Tizard Center to provide organisations and all those who work in
them, with the values, attitudes, competence, knowledge and skills to support
people with Intellectual disabilities with their sexual development and expression.
The programme draws on the findings from research we conducted in Ireland, into
the real experiences of people with Intellectual disabilities. We asked questions
about how they live their lives and how likely they were to be in relationships. The
research was conducted by Martha McGinn under the supervision of Dr Hilary
€29.99This is an opportunity to review and enhance your proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing. You will find that being aware of cultural and workplace influences will help keep them from creating barriers to communication. Practical information on selecting the right words, and combining them effectively to get your message across, will improve your verbal and written communication. Specific advice on email, videoconferencing, proposals, and selling your ideas will further improve your communication skills.