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COVID 19: Supporting autistic people and people with learning difficulties

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Intended audience groups: 1 and 2

Group 1:  Families, volunteers, unpaid carers and personal assistants supporting people with autism and learning disabilities

Group 2: Health care and social care registered and non registered staff including primary care, occupational therapists and social workers

Intended Audience Group
Topic
Infection Control, Personalised Care: Learning Difficulties & Autism, Personalised Care: Personal Health, Personalised Care: Shared Decision Making,
Aims and Objectives

Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) provide guides to support people with autism and/or learning difficulties during the Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

People with learning disabilities and autistic people have the same rights as the rest of the population to live fulfilled lives as active members of families and communities. Practice in social work and occupational therapy is underpinned by human rights and the Mental Capacity Act (MCA), the legal framework which asserts and supports people’s rights to make their own decisions.

These guides are aimed at supporting you and enabling you to provide support care as safely and proactively as possible.  These also provide links to additional resources you may be interested in.

The three guides on this webpage are for:

Social Workers and Occupational Therapists

Care Staff and Personal Assistants

Carers and families

 

Location
Bedford Borough, BLMK, Central Bedfordshire, Luton Borough, Milton Keynes,
Frequency / Length
Not applicable
Resource / Organisation
Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE)
Training delivered by:
Format
Webpages
Cost, Funded or Free
Free
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