Wednesday, 25 January 2017

Intellectual disability / mental health e-learning

Intellectual Disability Mental Health e-Learning provides free eLearning about intellectual disability to professionals, carers, and consumers. Our goal is to improve your knowledge, skills and confidence, leading to better mental health and wellbeing for people with an intellectual disability. 
The program is an initiative of the Department of Developmental Disability Neuropsychiatry (3DN) at the University of NSW.

New e-Learning module on intellectual disability mental health now available
3DN, 12 January 2017
The new module aims to enhance the working relationship between disability professionals and other professionals involved in a person’s supports. It covers topics such as ‘what is interagency working?’, ‘how do different agencies work together?’ and ‘how can professionals work together to enhance mental health support?’ 
The module is freely available now at www.idhealtheducation.edu.au
New e-Learning modules for carers are in development
Currently, 3DN staff are designing online modules for carers of someone with an intellectual disability and mental illness. They would like your input:




Contact Thea Kremser at 3DN on 02 9385 2580  or
email t.kremser@unsw.edu.au
for further information

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