Te Pou and Blueprint for Learning hosted a fono to share how we can support you and your staff with a variety of resources and training.
In this fono, our presenters provided information from their area of expertise (disability, addiction and mental health) and demonstrated how they would support professional development should you choose to engage in full training.
This fono included a sample from the following programmes:
This event was suitable for providers of disability supports, or mental health and addiction service providers, and was helpful for disabled people, particularly those who employ their own staff.
Let’s get real and Let’s get real: Disability (Trish Gledhill and Sue Sherrard)
Let’s get real: Real Skills for working with people and whānau with mental health and addiction needs and Let’s get real: Disability are frameworks that have been created to help the workforce meet the needs of people with lived experience of disability, addiction or mental health issues, our whānau and communities. This presentation introduces the frameworks and focuses on how they can be useful in workforce development settings.
Autism (John Vogenthaler)
Supporting and developing the disability workforce so that it has the capability, responsiveness and specialist skills to meet the needs of people with autism and their whānau.
Equally Well (Caro Swanson)
Equally Well is a group of people and organisations with the common goal of achieving physical health equity for people who experience mental health and addiction issues.
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) (Michelle Brewerton)
An evidence-based approach for the prevention, early identification and organisation of existing supports for those affected by FASD.
Disability grants (Tamara Fa’anana)
Grant funding is available for disability organisations, disabled people and their family/whānau to take part in workforce and leadership development activities
MH101® (Patrice Dennis)
Develop confidence to recognise, relate and respond to people experiencing mental health challenges. MH101® has been delivering excellence in mental health literacy training since 2008. Every workshop is run by expert facilitators who bring a wealth of personal and professional experience to the workshop delivery.
Sensory modulation (Gilbert Azuela)
Sensory modulation is becoming well embedded in some New Zealand mental health and addiction services and is proving to have a positive impact on service users’ experiences
Addiction 101 (Daphne Chan)
Addiction 101 is a one-day workshop designed to increase awareness and reduce stigma associated with addiction – both at work and in everyday life. It also provides valuable skills on how to look after your own health and wellbeing