Learn new approaches in relation to creating, designing and progressing individualised services in Ireland today.
This course provides new material based on international best practice and quality which influence how services are delivered within the wider non-profit/human services setting.
This workshop webinar is a must for key decision makers and Social Care professionals.
This course is an introduction to the Assisted Decision-Making (Capacity) Act of 2015. It provides information and analysis on the substance and context of the act and how it will effect the lives of people with disabilities, organisations and their staff.Read More
The Exploring Disability course is a professionally accredited programme that will introduce you to the theories and models that have:
• Shaped our understanding and awareness of what life is like for people with disability
• Influenced how disability services have developed and operated in Ireland
This course is intended for people who will be working as advocates for patients wishing to make complaints about the service they or a family member has received from state-funded health or social services. Those participating in the course may be employees of the Patient Advocacy Service, working as advocates from independent Advocacy services or may be working as Patient Advocates within the HSE.Read More