Learn practical person-centred approaches for involving disabled young people and those with SEN in decision-making.
This half-day, face-to-face training teaches professionals who work with children and young people to use practical approaches to supported decision-making. This essential training explores the key principles of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 which applies to everyone over the age of 16. In partnership with Face Front Inclusive Theatre, CDC are delivering half-day training sessions on the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and supported decision making.
By taking part in the training you will:
- Explore the different experiences of young people and families through an interactive performance by FaceFront Theatre - a group of learning disabled artists
- Understand the 5 key principles of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and how to apply them in practice
- Learn practical person-centred approaches for involving young in decision making, whether of not they have the capacity, including use of the ‘best interest checklist’
Who is it for?
This training is for anyone working with disabled young people and those with SEN aged 14-25, including:
- Professionals working in children and adult services
- Professionals involved in informing, developing and coordinating EHC plans
- Social workers
- Health professionals
The cost of the training will depend on the size of your group, the length of the training and whether you want us to deliver on site or at our offices in London.
For quote based on your specific needs please contact us on 020 7843 6000 or at firstname.lastname@example.org