Conduct Disorders Part 1 Children’s Home

The Conduct Disorder training course is aimed at candidates who look after young people that have ADHD and autism. Candidates …

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The Conduct Disorder training course is aimed at candidates who look after young people that have ADHD and autism. Candidates will gain a better understanding of what ADHD and autism is and the effect it has on the young people.

The main learning objectives of the course are as follows:

  1. To gain a better understand and tolerance of the often challenging behaviours associated with children and young people affected with conduct disorder
  2. To gain the confidence and skills to positively assist children and young people to change anti-social behaviours to pro-social behaviours
  3. To gain a basic understanding of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Oppositional Defiance Disorder (ODD)
  4. To help residential carers develop the insight and skills necessary to deal with these behavioural difficulties and modify them at the earliest possible age
  5. To learn appropriate management techniques known to improve behavioural difficulties of children and young people with conduct disorder

This course meets the Children’s Home Quality Standards as outlined in The Children’s Homes Regulations (England) 2015 & Children’s Homes Quality Standards 2015.

Should you wish to discuss your needs before making a booking, please call 0800 774 7874.

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  1. Profile photo of Hilary Cash Hilary Cash says:

    to be more open minded
    A greater understanding of conduct disorders
    Great

  2. Profile photo of Geraldine Arezki Geraldine Arezki says:

    I will be aware of the diagnostic criteria and be aware should any of the criteria be displayed. I will be aware of the need for consistency when dealing with rules. Should I have any concerns about whether a YP may have CD or ODD or ADHD. I would draw this matter to supervision.
    how CD is diagnosed and the prognosis, medications available
    the statistics i.e 30% of CD children continue with similar problems into adulthood.
    The diagnostic criteria, how this conditions affects behaviour.
    Great

  3. Profile photo of Daniel Maxwell Daniel Maxwell says:

    With what i have learnt today, I feel I am more knowledgeable with Conduct Disorder. I will use strategies I have learnt doing this course to manage behaviours in my working day.
    Alternative treatments are effective in 70% of the cases they are used in. There are many types of natural
    treatments for ADHD. However, be aware that there are many therapies that are unproven.

    Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is also known as “Hyperkinetic Syndrome” in many
    areas of the world. Generally ADHD in young children is more common than that of adults.

    20-30% of Children with ADHD are reported to have learning disabilities. Almost all children reported with
    ADHD at some point face difficulty in learning and writing.

    Great

  4. Profile photo of Moray Ross Moray Ross says:

    Just to be more aware of different behaviours young people present
    Early interventions
    Importance of medication
    Different behaviour patterns relating to ADD, ADHD, ODD
    Great

  5. Profile photo of Cynthia Smart Cynthia Smart says:

    The child will require strict routine ,consistency and positive reinforcement .
    To be patient and try and understanding. .

    30-50% of children with CD will also have ADHD .
    When ADHD is present CD, the ADHD are much severe.

    CD is a repetitive and persistent pattern of behaviour violating the basic rights of or major rules and values of society.

    CD Conduct Disorder is one of the most common psychiatric disorders in children and adolescents between the ages of 4 and 16.
    Great

  6. Profile photo of Jason Harris Jason Harris says:

    Day to day job role.
    Possible path a child may follow.
    What ODD stands for.
    The fact that conduct disorder more common in boys.
    Great

  7. Profile photo of Jason Harris Jason Harris says:

    Day to day job role.
    Possible path a child may follow.
    What ODD stands for.
    The fact that conduct disorder more common in boys.
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  8. Profile photo of Jason Harris Jason Harris says:

    Possible path a child may follow.
    What ODD stands for.
    The fact that conduct disorder more common in boys.
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  9. Profile photo of Jason Harris Jason Harris says:

    Possible path a child may follow.
    What ODD stands for.
    The fact that conduct disorder more common in boys.
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