Increased awareness of how an individual is affected by a mental health problem will assist staff to understand how they may feel, leading to how they may behave. This understanding enables staff to give more effective support to assist the individual reach a state of well-being, (as described by the World Health Organisation) where they can realise their own potential, to cope with the normal stresses of life, to work productively and fruitfully, and be able to make a contribution to their community.
This workshop is a stand-alone-course that has strong links to the NAPPI Positive Behaviour Support continuum. The more staff are aware about how an individual has been affected by mental illness, the more that can be done to reduce behaviour of concern and empower them to have a better quality of life.
This awareness workshop is suitable for those those who come into contact with people who have mental health problems.
|Birmingham (Cranmore Park)||01-11-2018|
|Enfield (Wenta Business Centre)||27-11-2018|
|Birmingham (Cranmore Park)||22-11-2018|
|Enfield (Wenta Business Centre)||29-11-2018|