Learning Difficulties

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Do you want your staff to:

  • value themselves and their practice?
  • continue to expand their skills and knowledge in line with LDQ, Induction Standards and Health and Social Care Diploma?
  • share with other practitioners and gain confidence in multi-agency working?
  • bring new ideas and enthusiasm into your work team?
  • take responsibility for their professional development?
  • contribute fully to your organisation?
  • provide continuity of service uninterrupted by high levels of absences?
  • be informed and able to integrate new legislation and guidance into practice?
  • see users of the service as valued, contributing people regardless of intellectual or physical impairment?
  • consult with users of the service and carers and have them central to all service provision?
  • access their creativity to enable full communication?

Good! So does Leapfrog Training.

The following courses are available for staff. If marked with a * they are also suitable for users of the services. Click, or leap, onto an individual course to find the expected outcomes and training methods. A separate leap will take you to the correlating standards. Press the cost link for fees.


*Remembering back and planning forward: reminiscence in the planning process
*Keeping yourself safe from harmful people: safeguarding adults
*Liking yourself and loving life ~ self esteem enhancement
Fulfilling or forsaken ageing? LDs and the ageing process
Still seeing the person throughout all the changes. Dementia in people with learning difficulties. A basic awareness course.
Still communicating: learning difficulties and dementia
Still being touched by life: sensory stimulation for people with dementia’
The centre of my universe: person centred planning ~ maintaining stability, enabling growth
How safe is this for them and me? Risk assessment in care and support planning
Learning to value our differences, a learning difficulties awareness course
Physicality, sensuality and sexuality ~ making choices that feel good in the short and long term
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