Disabled children have exactly the same human rights to be safe from abuse and neglect, protected from harm and achieve as non-disabled children.
Disabled children can experience greater vulnerability as a result of negative attitudes and unequal access to services and resources. They may also have additional needs relating to physical, sensory, cognitive and/ or communication impairments.
In-Trac training programmes of continuing professional development provide practitioners with the effective skills and knowledge they need to safeguard and promote the welfare of disabled children.
Follow the link below for aims and outcomes.
- Autistic Spectrum Disorders – 1 or 2 days →
- Communication and Consultation with Disabled Children →
- Managing behaviour positively with children and young people who have Autistic Spectrum Disorders →
- Protecting Disabled Children – 1 day programme →
- Safeguarding Disabled Children – 1 or 2 day programme →
- Managing behaviour positively →
- Life story work with disabled children →
- Safeguarding disabled children within residential and / or foster care – 2 days →