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22 October 2018

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Objectives

Individual Learning Session: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

At the end of this session you will:

  • be able to give an overview of what ADHD is and some of the things you may notice about a person with ADHD
  • understand some of the strategies that can support those with ADHD and how these can be used and applied across age groups
  • develop your skills in organising person centred programmes of support for those with ADHD
The learning objectives in this session link in to the following units:
  • Care Certificate:
    • 7.2 Maintain the privacy and dignity of the individual(s) in their care:
      • 7.2c - Explain why it is important not to disclose anything about the individual that they may wish to be kept private, unless it is appropriate to do so. This could include: Health condition, Sexual orientation, Personal history, Social circumstances
    • 9.1 Understand the needs and experiences of people with mental health conditions, dementia or learning disabilities:
      • 9.1a - List how someone may feel if they have: 1. Mental Health Conditions such as: a) Psychosis, b) Depression, c) Anxiety. 2. Dementia. 3. Learning Disabilities. The issues may be physical, social or psychological and will affect the individual in different ways.
      • 9.1b - Explain how these conditions may influence a person's needs in relation to the care that they may require
      • 9.1c - Explain why it is important to understand that the causes and support needs are different for people with mental health conditions, dementia and learning disabilities.
    • 9.2 Understand the importance of promoting positive health and wellbeing for an individual who may have a mental health condition, dementia or learning disability:
      • 9.2a - Explain how positive attitudes towards those with mental health conditions, dementia or learning disabilities will improve the care and support they receive
      • 9.2b - Describe the social model of disability and how it underpins positive attitudes towards disability and involving people in their own care
    • 9.3 Understand the adjustments which may be necessary in care delivery relating to an individual who may have a mental health condition, dementia or learning disability:
      • 9.3a - Describe what adjustments might need to be made to the way care is provided if someone has: 1. A mental health condition such as: a) Psychosis, b) Depression, c) Anxiety. 2. Dementia. 3. Learning Disabilities.
      • 9.3b - Describe how to report concerns associated with any unmet needs which may arise from mental health conditions, dementia or learning disability through agreed ways of working
    • 9.4 Understand the importance of early detection of mental health conditions, dementia and learning disabilities:
      • 9.4a - Explain why early detection of mental health needs, dementia or learning disability is important
      • 9.4b - Give examples of how and why adjustments to care and support might need to be made when a mental health condition, dementia or learning disability is identified
    • 9.5 Understand legal frameworks, policy and guidelines relating to mental health conditions, dementia and learning disabilities:
      • 9.5a - List the main requirements of legislation and policies that are designed to promote the human rights, inclusion, equal life chances and citizenship of individuals with mental health conditions, dementia or learning disabilities


  • Level 2 Certificate in Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilities:
    • Optional Units – Group B:
      • SS OP 2.3 - Contribute to the support of individuals with multiple conditions and/or disabilities


  • Level 2 Health and Social Care Diploma (including Generic, Dementia and Learning Disability Pathways):
    • Group C - Optional Competence Units:
      • HSC 3045 - Promote positive behaviour
      • SS OP 2.3 - Contribute to the support of individuals with multiple conditions and/or disabilities


  • Level 3 Certificate in Stroke Care Management:
    • Optional Units:
      • HSC 3045 - Promote positive behaviour
      • HSC 3058 - Enable individuals with behavioural difficulties to develop strategies to change their behaviour
      • HSC 3065 - Implement the Positive Behavioural Support model


  • Level 3 Certificate in Supporting Individuals with Learning Disabilities:
    • Optional Units – Group B:
      • HSC 3045 - Promote positive behaviour
      • HSC 3058 - Enable individuals with behavioural difficulties to develop strategies to change their behaviour
      • HSC 3065 - Implement the Positive Behavioural Support model
      • SS OP 3.3 - Support individuals with multiple conditions and/or disabilities


  • Level 3 Health and Social Care Diploma (including Generic, Dementia and Learning Disability Pathways):
    • Group C units – Optional competence units:
      • HSC 3045 - Promote positive behaviour
      • HSC 3058 - Enable individuals with behavioural difficulties to develop strategies to change their behaviour
      • HSC 3065 - Implement the Positive Behavioural Support model
      • SS OP 3.3 - Support individuals with multiple conditions and/or disabilities


  • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for HSC & CYP: Adults’ Advanced Practice:
    • Options:
      • HSC 3065 - Implement the Positive Behavioural Support model
      • SS 5.6 - Support individuals with multiple conditions and/or disabilities


  • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for HSC & CYP: Adults’ Management:
    • Options:
      • HSC 3065 - Implement the Positive Behavioural Support model
      • SS 5.6 - Support individuals with multiple conditions and/or disabilities


  • Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for HSC & CYP: Adults’ Residential Management:
    • Options:
      • HSC 3065 - Implement the Positive Behavioural Support model
      • SS 5.6 - Support individuals with multiple conditions and/or disabilities