The internet and social media are full of facts and opinions. Most are balanced and informative, but poor-quality health information can be misleading and can encourage harmful behaviours. This course will give you the confidence and skillset to spot false (health) information.
This course explores some FASD-informed strategies for parents, carers, professionals with responsibilities for supporting a child with (suspected) FASD, or for anyone interested in learning more about this topic.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is an umbrella term used to describe a range of lifelong disabilities that can occur as a result of an alcohol-exposed pregnancy. The course introduces you to what FASD is, how it affects someone at different stages of life and the path to diagnosis.
This course aims to encourage you to question your pre-conceptions; to challenge your ideas; to give you some factual information; and invite you to be sensitive to the diversity of people and their choices around sex.
This interactive course will support you to gain a deeper understanding of mental health and recovery, recognise signs of psychological distress and learn key skills to support yourself and others.
This interactive course will support you to increase your awareness and skills around mental health and strives to promote mental health as everybody’s business.
This short and interactive course aims to increase your awareness around advance decision making and will help you to understand how to complete an advance decision for yourself or for those you are supporting.
The course will support you to identify strategies to help effectively manage cravings and maintain recovery progress.
This course is a great resource for exploring different coping styles, your rights as a carer, and your loved one’s rights under the Mental Health Act.