The objectives for each study unit are that learners will be able to:
- list the main things that people with Down Syndrome want and need from their support networks
- identify the skills required to support someone with Down Syndrome effectively
- describe the impacts of Down Syndrome and the difficulties that can arise
- recognise when someone is a victim of hate crime and take appropriate steps to prevent it
- explain how support workers can make things easier for people with Down Syndrome
- differentiate between fact and fiction in relation to some preconceived ideas about people with Down Syndrome
- describe what a person-centred approach to support is
- explain what ‘circles of support’ are and how they can be used to assess a person’s needs
- list the purpose of time banks and identify how they can be beneficial to many people with Down Syndrome
- describe how best to help people with Down Syndrome to communicate effectively and make important decisions
- explain how person-centred planning can benefit people they support
- identify the purpose of health action plans
- suggest ways of helping people to integrate and succeed in finding work
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