Learning Disabilities Care A Care Worker Handbook / Digital original - eBook
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Vendor: Hodder Education
Publication Date: 2012
Working with people with Learning Disabilities? Training in Learning Disabilities care? You don't have to go it alone!
Caring for people with Learning Disabilities is one of the most challenging and rewarding roles in Health and Social Care. But with a range of awards, certificates and pathways available to work-based learners it can be a confusing area. That's why we've put together a one-stop handbook to support your training and continuing professional development in caring for people with learning disabilities.
Here in one place is all the topic knowledge, assessment support and practical advice you will need for a range of learning disabilities qualifications. Core topics are linked to the specific learning and assessment objectives you need to cover for up to 22 QCF units. Case studies tie learning into the many different situations and roles across Home Care, Residential Care, NHS and Private Settings.
This book is especially useful for candidates taking the:
Level 2 Award in Learning Disabilities
Level 2 Certificate in Learning Disabilities
Level 3 Award in Learning Disabilities
Level 3 Certificate in Learning Disabilities
It's also a must have reference for those who want to brush up skills and knowledge from previous qualifications.
So whatever your level of specialism, give yourself the tools you need to survive and support your clients with learning disabilities.
Tina Marshall started her career as an auxiliary nurse in a large psychiatric institution. She worked for several nursing agencies prior to working for an NHS trust where she qualified as an assessor and verifier. Tina has worked in a variety of settings including managing private nursing homes. She now works for City of Bristol College as Curriculum Manager for delivery of Diplomas in Health and Social Care