TRAINING PROGRAMMES FOR STUDENTS
Students in Social Work, Allied Health, Education, Architecture/Engineers (accessibility training)
Participants explore preconceived ideas about disability and re-imagine these together as they share experiences, learn and problem solve.
Raises awareness about disability to facilitate inclusive school environments. This can encourage inclusive play amongst children and more inclusive practices amongst teachers.
Participants become aware of the need for play and learning for all children with the aim to understand and action play and learning opportunities for children with disabilities.
Learn more about the practical handling of a child with a disability. Gain confidence in moving and handling which encourages trust and builds relationships.
Learn to influence people’s perceptions and challenge the myths that cause stigma and discrimination.
Develop basic understanding of WHO recommended seating steps & practical skills to run local clinics which provide sustainable, accessible seating services.
Students learn how to respond to much-needed interventions and obtain opportunities to apply theory in different contexts.
Develop problem-solving skills to meet the changing needs of a child with a mobility impairment within the family’s specific context.