Do you or your staff work with adults who have communication difficulties?
We can provide training for people who work with adults who have acquired communication problems. This could include staff working in Residential Care or Nursing Homes, Day Centres or Hospices.
Communication is integral to quality of life. People who have communication difficulties can become very quickly isolated and may struggle to engage in activities that provide interest, support and entertainment.
By gaining an understanding of the types of communication difficulties the people you care for have and how to communicate with them effectively, you will be able to ensure they continue to be communicative and participate as fully as possible in everyday life.
People who have communication difficulties may be very creative and full of ideas but lack the confidence to communicate these via the usual channels. If you employ people who have communication difficulties in your organisation, we can provide advice, support and training so you can ensure your employees contribute fully and work to their full potential.