By understanding autism and the particular characteristics of PDA, you can be in a better position to support children in your setting. Find some strategies here.
Everyone has the right to have personal relationships when accessing care. Learn how to promote empowerment in health and social care here.
Communication helps us exist within and connect to the world around us. We offer guidance on how to communicate with parents effectively here.
Health inequalities can be complex and involve many different factors. Find out more on what health inequalities are here.
SEMH stands for social, emotional, and mental health. Learn about how you can support the SEMH needs of the children and young people you work with here.
Physical activity is important for all as it helps prevent and manage any major illnesses. Learn about activities for disabled children here.
Leaving hospital after a planned or unexpected stay can be daunting. We offer care guidance on the hospital discharge process here.
Reablement is a person-centred approach that promotes and maximises independence and wellbeing. Find examples of when and how it is used here.
If you are thinking about becoming a sports coach, it’s important to understand what the role entails. Find advice on skills, qualities, and qualifications here.
Safeguarding involves protecting vulnerable individuals from harm. Learn how we can work together using safeguarding adults legislation guidance here.
Around 150,000 children in England received SEN support for their specific learning difficulty in 2020/21. Learn more about SpLDs and how you can help here.
When used effectively, assessment for learning, or AFL, can be a highly impactful teaching tool. Learn about the benefits, different types, and strategies here.
Loneliness can have a significant impact on people of all ages, including their mental health. Find some tips for how to help someone with loneliness here.
Working in health and social care can mean facing a number of daily challenges. Find guidance on reducing stress in healthcare workers here.
In order to support children with SEND, you need to feel confident in your knowledge of best practice in this area. Test your understanding here.
Communication in health and social care is vital and an invaluable skill. Find guidance on dealing with communication scenarios here.
It is now a statutory requirement for schools to use the engagement model. Learn more about its key principles and how it should be applied in schools here.
Oral health care is especially important to those working in care. Find guidance and access our free oral health care plan template here.
A lack of understanding about ADHD can perpetuate many untruths. We outline some of the most common ADHD myths and confront them with facts here.
Falls can affect us all, but the elderly population is at increased risk of complications. Find guidance on how to prevent falls in the elderly here.