FASD SUPPORTING SUCCESS!

Historically many people with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, also known as FASD, have not been understood or properly supported. This module will provide you with information and basic practical adjustments that can lead to good lives for the people you support who live with FASD.

This module includes presentations from Marsha Wilson, Myles Himmelreich, Christine Lilley, and Elizabeth McWilliams Hewitt.

On successful completion of this module, you will be able to:

- Explain what Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder is and how it affects the brain.

- Understand the differences and difficulties that people with FASD experience.

- Describe a wide range of practical approaches and strategies to successfully support people who have FASD.

Module Length: 105 Minutes

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HANDS OFF IT’S MY HOME!

Enjoy this powerful new music video:

Learn how everyone can take control of their lives and watch this trailer from our module “Self-Determination”:

Access 24 rotatable seats to 46 modules and over 500 short films for just $98 | £61 | €76 a month.

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TRAINING GROUPS OF STAFF JUST GOT EASIER

We just made it a lot easier to train groups of staff. Gather a group of staff, choose one of our modules, and then using our new administrative functions you can assign and issue certificates to all learners.

Warning this film contains a swear word.

Access 24 rotatable seats to 46 modules and over 500 short films for just $98 | £61 | €76 a month.

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HOW TO BE PERSON-CENTERED?

Being person-centered helps you to learn about and understand the uniqueness of each person that you support.

Being person-centered helps people to take control of their lives and make their own choices.

This new 80 minute module focuses on the very essence of what it means to be person-centered. By using practical approaches, explanations, strategies, and tools this module will help you to be person-centered.

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Autism and Sensory Processing

In our new module “Autism and Sensory Processing” we use a series of interactive films and activities to help your staff understand how their own sensory processing system works.

We can’t imagine and assist the processing realities of the people we support until we understand our own.

Watch this great excerpt:

 On successful completion of this module, your staff will be able to:

- Explain what processing is.

- Describe the strengths and limitations of their own processing system.

- Understand why processing and processing difference matter when working with people who have autism.

- Gain insight and understanding into the experiences and challenges of people living with processing difference in a world that is insufficiently aware and adapted to accommodate it.

- Refreame some “challenging behavior” as strategies for managing difficult (sometimes unbearable) processing challenges.

- Reflect on the life choices made by people who experience processing difference and how these need to be understood and supported.

Module length: 90 minutes

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