Introduction to Communication and Collaboration with Parents/Carers
Born at the Right Time’s 2-hours CPD certified e-learning/on-demand course, Introduction to Communication and Collaboration with Parents/Carers, is an introductory course founded on the lived experience of families of children with complex needs. The course can be completed at a time and a pace to suit you.
The course is about listening to and working with parent/carers to deliver a service which is child-centred and works for families in the complex context they live in. You will be introduced to the reality of lived experience (thinking about one family’s story), communication, co-production and specific issues for professionals working with parents/carers caring for someone who has complex medical needs.
There are a number of options available. Each option has been tailored to include relevant content specific to your setting, profession or role. You can book onto each of these tailored courses using the links below.
The courses available include:
- Allied Healthcare Professionals
- Children’s Hospices and Palliative Care
- Day Services (Disabled Adults)
- Day Services (Disabled Children)
- Learning Disability Nurses
- Neonatal Care Staff
- Paediatric Community Team
- Residential Care Staff (Disabled Children)
- Residential Care Staff (Disabled Adults)
- Social Care Workers (Adults)
- Social Care Workers (Children)
- Special Needs Schools
- Staff in Acute Settings
To book onto a general course please click the button below. We would also be delighted to discuss how this course could be delivered to your team/department. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.
Rachel Wright (BSc) Founder of Born at the Right Time
Rachel Wright (BSc RN) is founder of Born at the Right Time, author of The Skies I’m Under, award winning blogger and Best Trainer finalist 2022 National Learning Disability and Autism Awards. Host of the popular The Skies We’re Under Podcast, Rachel’s a passionate speaker, trainer, qualified nurse and unqualified mum of three; one who has severe disabilities, life-limiting epilepsy and an addiction to the gameshow Pointless.
An expert through lived experience, Rachel leads Born at the Right Time to support families of people with complex disabilities whilst also Bridging the Gap between them and the practitioners who support them through CPD certified training, influencing policy makers and turning rhetoric into reality