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A 2-hour workshop exploring safeguarding from the perspective of people with learning disabilities and autistic people.

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A 2-hour safeguarding workshop co-facilitated with self-advocates exploring safeguarding from the perspective of people with learning disabilities and autistic people.

By the end of the workshop participants will have:

Discussed what being safe means to disabled people

An understanding of abuse and what to do about it?

Explored staying safe in relationships

Explored staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic

Discussed what we can do together to support disabled people's right to be safe

The training is open to people in the Cheshire and Merseyside areas and is funded by the Transforming Care Small Grants fund.

All training is linked to the Skills for Care Learning Disability Core Skills Framework and the Care Certificate Standards.

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The workshop is aimed at community support workers, however it is suitable for family members.

Delivery

The workshop will be delivered online using Zoom.

A link will be sent to each person booked on the training which will give them access to the sessions.

If enough people are interested and it is safe to do so we will deliver face to face training

Course requirements: internet access, webcam and microphone enabled laptop or iPad/tablet. To enable a more effective training environment we advise attendees not to share equipment.

The following dates are available to book:

Friday 4th February

Friday 25th February

Time: 10 am – 12 noon

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