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1. Dementia Awareness: Understanding Dementia

There is a significant lack of readily-available education on dementia for those providing care, be they a family member or in some cases students and practising care givers. This course provides a thorough understanding of all aspects of this complex subject.

Caring for an individual with symptoms of dementia is challenging. It’s even harder if you don’t fully understand the condition. With this in mind, the course shares basic information about the different types of dementia, the causes, and the common risk factors that contribute to its development in an individual.

You will learn how to spot the onset of dementia and how a diagnosis is determined. You will also discover how it damages the brain; what the cognitive, functional, behavioural and emotional changes that can occur are, and what treatments can be used to slow progression.

‘Person-centered care’ brings focus to the needs and preferences of an individual with dementia, in a respectful and responsive way. It also considers the values of the person and their family in all aspects of decision making. You will discover more about this type of care in this course.

To communicate effectively with those who have dementia requires respect, inclusiveness, and a thorough understanding of effective communication strategies. You need to adapt to continue meaningful communication throughout each phase of dementia. The Dementia Awareness Course explains how to do this, along with guidance on how to overcome even the most challenging of communication barriers.

As a caregiver, you need to encompass the role by learning how to manage chronic and intermittent medical conditions, monitor psychological changes, and provide a level of personal care that may be outside of your current comfort zone. You will also have to manage your own, and the sufferer’s family’s, expectations of the care that can be provided. This course guides you through the considerations you must make and how to go about being a carer for a family member.

The symptoms of dementia can leave those with the condition in a vulnerable state. The Dementia Awareness Course outlines how to assess and manage home safety risks, to limit possible hazards, and how to prepare for emergencies.

Loss of social abilities through dementia can leave its sufferers feeling an increased sense of alienation and isolation. It is important to employ meaningful activities that promote physical and mental stimulation, self-expression, and interaction, to bring back a sense of belonging, purpose, normality, and enjoyment. This course guides you through activities that can be used to stimulate the senses and encourage social interaction, and what the positive outcomes of these activities can be.

Due to the nature of dementia, someone with the condition is likely to exhibit some forms of challenging behaviour. The Dementia Awareness Course provides guidance on how to respond to some of the more common behaviours. These include agitation, screaming, wandering, sexual dis-inhibition, and cursing (swearing). This information also provides a basis for you to formulate similar or new strategies for other types of challenging behaviours that you may come across.

Providing care to an individual with dementia involves a network of people, which itself needs support. The course explains the roles of the various people involved and educates on how to help the primary caregiver, especially when this is a family member.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Dementia Awareness Course is aimed at carers of those with dementia, family members, and those looking for a thorough understanding of this complex subject. It is also especially useful to business owners/managers who administer long-term care homes for individuals with dementia.

Some caregivers have little, if any, prior health or dementia education and begin the task of care with little preparation or understanding of what is involved. This course will teach you everything you need to know about dementia and how to best help the sufferers of this condition.

2. Sensory Processing Disorder Awareness: Learn Everything You Need To Know About Sensory Processing Disorder

Sensory Processing Disorder describes a difference in the way that some people's senses are processed by the brain. This course provides an in-depth understanding of the condition, including the symptoms and behaviours associated with it, diagnosis, prevalence, history, therapies and interventions, and how you can provide support.

Although awareness has recently increased, it can still be difficult to get a diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorder. This makes it is particularly important to know the symptoms of the condition and the behaviours that present themselves in the young children and adults who suffer from it. The sooner it can be diagnosed, the better, as modifications to the environment can be made and the right support can be put in place before self-esteem and self-confidence issues arise. The course explains the common symptoms that can occur in children and adults and the ways in which these are often misinterpreted.

As getting a diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorder can sometimes be difficult, this course outlines the routes you may take in gaining help and the obstacles that you may come up against. The history of the condition is also explained, along with what research is being made into the causes of the condition and the differences in how its prevalence is perceived.

Currently, it is Occupational Therapists who are the leaders in the field, as far as intervention and therapy for those afflicted with Sensory Processing Disorder are concerned. The course looks further into this role, with an overview of how they work and what sort of therapies they may be able to offer. If you don’t have access to therapy, or would like advice on how you can be more involved with your child’s condition, the course also provides useful information in how you can provide support at home. Also included, are strategies that educators can implement in the classroom to enable effective learning to those with SPD.

What will you learn?

Sensory Processing Disorder describes a difference in the way that some people's senses are processed by the brain. This course provides an in-depth understanding of the condition, including the symptoms and behaviours associated with it, diagnosis, prevalence, history, therapies and interventions, and how you can provide support.

Although awareness has recently increased, it can still be difficult to get a diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorder. This makes it is particularly important to know the symptoms of the condition and the behaviours that present themselves in the young children and adults who suffer from it. The sooner it can be diagnosed, the better, as modifications to the environment can be made and the right support can be put in place before self-esteem and self-confidence issues arise. The course explains the common symptoms that can occur in children and adults and the ways in which these are often misinterpreted.

As getting a diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorder can sometimes be difficult, this course outlines the routes you may take in gaining help and the obstacles that you may come up against. The history of the condition is also explained, along with what research is being made into the causes of the condition and the differences in how its prevalence is perceived.

Currently, it is Occupational Therapists who are the leaders in the field, as far as intervention and therapy for those afflicted with Sensory Processing Disorder are concerned. The course looks further into this role, with an overview of how they work and what sort of therapies they may be able to offer. If you don’t have access to therapy, or would like advice on how you can be more involved with your child’s condition, the course also provides useful information in how you can provide support at home. Also included, are strategies that educators can implement in the classroom to enable effective learning to those with SPD.

3. Positive Psychology: Learn Take A Mindful Or Spiritual Approach To Our Lives

Some of us prefer to take a mindful or spiritual approach to our lives and the problems in it, while others find a practical, logical method works better.

The Positive Psychology Course marries together studies of happiness in both science and nature, to provide students with the knowledge of how to find true happiness and contentment. If you let it, this course will help you to change your life.

The expectations that society puts on us, and the human condition itself, bring about many obstructions in the pursuit of happiness. The Positive Psychology Course explores happiness and the effects modern society have on happiness, as well as how to cope with these environmental factors.

From brain cells to physiology, we discuss the science behind both happiness and sadness. Happiness is about understanding yourself, and a large part of that is based in neuroscience. The course’s second module aids students in understanding the physical, biological changes that occur in our brains on a daily basis, as we feel different things.

Making long term change starts with committing to smaller, more regular changes, which will then make larger changes more accessible, as you will already be well-practiced in changing your mood. Students learn quick consciousness shift/mood lifting techniques, which can be employed to immediately change a person’s mind-set from that of negativity, to positivity.

As an important area to cover when talking about happiness, depression is explored in great detail. The most recent findings on the causes of depressions and how to cope and deal with depression using natural methods, are explored.

The main obstruction when seeking happiness is negative thoughts. We talk about the habit of thinking negatively and how we can cultivate a healthy resilience against this.

The Positive Psychology Course concentrates on understanding our needs and how to meet them, using the PERMA model. Fully broken down and explained this technique ensures resilience and long-term contentment, happiness, and positivity.

There is a universal need for humans to be engaged with something, as it provides curiosity, zest and gratitude in life. This is also linked to an area that is now commonplace in none-medicated mental health care; mindfulness. We discuss each, the link between them, and how they aid positivity and resilience.

As humans we have a need for social and secure relationships, from our first, biological relationships to the relationship with a life partner.The Positive Psychology Course explains the science behind this thinking, and then moves on to teach the final two areas of the PERMA model: meaning and accomplishment.

We will also discuss the practical aspects of setting up and running a happiness focussed business.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Positive Psychology Course is for anyone who wants to be happier (so pretty much everyone) and would like a practical guide that combines the ideas of how to improve your mind from within, with the science of what happens when you follow these actions and understand their positive, physical effects on the brain.

The knowledge learned from within the course should be applied to your own life, whether you feel the need or not (you can never be too happy) but students can also take what they have learned and help others or even use the techniques to aid them in a career in counselling.

4. Bipolar Disorder Awareness: Help Those Affected To Lead Healthier, Happier Lives

If you have bipolar disorder or hope to help someone who does, this course gives you a single, comprehensive resource that will enhance understanding and help those affected to lead healthier, happier lives. You will learn about the signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatments, and how to manage bipolar disorder.

To understand bipolar disorder, you first need to address the issue of mental illness in general. Studying the Bipolar Disorder Awareness Course, you will learn what is meant by the term “mental illness”. The course covers who is affected, the most common forms of mental illness, why the notion of mental illness itself is sometimes called into question, and how it can be prevented. You’ll also be exposed to what the latest research suggests regarding the causes and prognosis of its various forms.

Bipolar disorder has many different forms and while the common thread is a tendency to experience mood swings, the variations differ in many important ways. Through your studies, you’ll discover the various types and gain an understanding of what they can mean for the sufferer and the symptoms and treatments of each.

The predominant opinion of psychiatrists is that bipolar disorder is caused, maintained and worsened by multiple factors. You’ll learn what researchers have discovered about links between various environmental and biological factors, and mental health.

Often referred to as “the rule rather than the exception”, a bipolar patient is usually diagnosed as suffering from two or more additional psychiatric disorders, though it can be diagnosed alone. The Bipolar Disorder Awareness Course explores the range of comorbid mental illnesses that often co-occur in those with bipolar disorder.

Part of the treatment of bipolar disorder is medication. This course looks at the most commonly prescribed drugs for the various forms of the condition, including how each works, how they are administered, possible side effects, effectiveness, and the risks of taking medication during pregnancy.

Treatment for bipolar disorder isn’t limited to medication, with other supportive measures in place to help those with the condition. One such treatment is psychotherapy, which encourages those with bipolar to discuss their mental health problems. Studying the Bipolar Disorder Awareness , you will learn more about what psychotherapy is, why it is used, who it may benefit, its specific application in bipolar disorder, and how effective it is.

The prevailing opinion within the medical profession is that bipolar disorder cannot be cured but its effects can be managed. While psychotherapy and medication are effective in reducing the severity of symptoms, it is in making day-to-day changes that a sufferer can prevent mood episodes and decrease the intensity of those that do occur. This course explores the steps that someone with bipolar can take to manage the symptoms of their illness. Such steps include managing diet, exercise, sleep patterns, social support and other lifestyle factors.

Who would benefit from this course?

If you have, or think you may have, bipolar disorder or have a friend or family member who does, this course centralises all the information you need to fully understand the condition and how to manage it.

Similarly, if you work in a position of care or are a therapist, or would like to, the information contained within the course will help you to understand those living with bipolar disorder and enable you to help and give useful, actionable advice to those with the condition.

5. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD Awareness: Learn About Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Aimed at those with little or no knowledge of the condition, the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Course teaches students about how it occurs, how it is diagnosed, the symptoms, and the various treatment techniques available.

This course is also designed to help you on your way towards working within this area.

Separated into 2 distinct sections, the 1st section of this course provides information about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and what those with the condition can do to lessen its effects on their lives. The 2nd section of the course teaches students about the various treatment methods available and the training pathways you can follow to become a therapist working with those who have PTSD.

There is a lot that is misunderstood about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder that this course hopes to clarify. Students will be provided with relevant facts that explain who can get the condition and how, a description of the symptoms affiliated with PTSD, and what to expect from a diagnosis.

Thankfully there is now a wide range of treatments available to sufferers of PTSD, with options including clinical, medical, and complementary treatments. This course guides students through a number of treatments, explaining the differences and benefits of each. In addition, there are also a number of self-help activities, which will also be discussed, that have proven to significantly ease the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Even with the various treatments and self-help practices available to them, it can still be very difficult for someone afflicted by PTSD to engage with the world around them. The Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Course describes practical steps that can be taken by an individual, to become more involved with friends, family, the workplace, and society as a whole.

As mentioned earlier, students will be exposed to the role of a therapist working with those with PTSD. This includes understanding the process of diagnosis and typical treatment plans, as well as understanding what the role involves, the skills needed, and training pathways. Although there are many different specialists working to alleviate the symptoms of PTSD in their patients, this course goes into detail about 3 specific areas: Trauma-Informed Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

In addition to teaching students about the role of therapists and the types of treatments that can be provided, the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Course also discusses the routes that can be followed to become an expert in the area of PTSD. This also includes how to go about starting your own practice, discussing both the practical aspects and considerations you would need to make before setting up on your own.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course will provide anyone who wants to understand the condition better and the treatments available, with an incredible source of information. This could be to aid yourself in overcoming the effects of PTSD or to help a friend/family member who has the condition.

The course can also be taken by those who are interested in pursuing a career caring for those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and would like more information on how the condition is treated and the pathways they can take to obtain a role in this area.

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Dementia Awareness Bundle, 5 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate In Dementia Awareness Online Course

Module 1 – Overview of Dementia

  • Part 1: What is dementia?
  • Part 2: Common types of dementia
  • Part 3: Risk factors for dementia
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Signs and Symptoms of Dementia

  • Part 1: Common signs and symptoms of dementia
  • Part 2: Professional diagnosis
  • Part 3: Damaged areas of the brain
  • Part 4: Cognitive, functional, behavioural and emotional changes
  • Part 5: Treatments for dementia
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Approach to Caring for Individuals with Symptoms Associated with Dementia

  • Part 1: The elements of person-centred care
  • Part 2: Compassionate practices
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Communication

  • Part 1: Respect and Inclusiveness
  • Part 2: Communication during early stage of dementia
  • Part 3: ‘I want to go home!’
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Learning to Care

  • Part 1: Chronic medical conditions
  • Part 2: Acute medical conditions
  • Part 3: Expanding family comfort zones during personal care
  • Part 4: Resistance to care
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Safety and Dementia

  • Part 1: Safety risks
  • Part 2: Falls and injuries
  • Part 3: Preparing for emergencies
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 –Activities and Dementia

  • Part 1: Meaningful activities
  • Part 2: How activities benefit everyone
  • Part 3: Activities for home
  • Part 4: Activities for long-term care homes
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Specific Challenging Behaviours and Dementia

  • Part 1: Agitation and aggressive behaviours
  • Part 2: Bathing and grooming
  • Part 3: Sundowning
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – Support for Dementia Caregivers

  • Part 1: Care teams
  • Part 2: Education
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 2 - Certificate In Sensory Processing Disorder Awareness Online Course

Module 1 - What is Sensory Processing Disorder?

  • Part 1: How We Process Information from the World Around Us
  • Part 2: Our Eight Senses
  • Part 3: SPD Responses
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Symptoms and Behaviours

  • Part 1: Importance of Early Identification of SPD
  • Part 2: SPD Can Look Like Bad Behaviour
  • Part 3: Parents and SPD
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Diagnosis, Causes, Prevalence and History of SPD

  • Part 1: SPD from Birth?
  • Part 2: History of SPD
  • Part 3: Causes and Prevalence
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Therapies, Interventions and How You Can Help At Home and School

  • Part 1: Occupational Therapy
  • Part 2: How Parents Can Help
  • Part 3: Key Learning Points
  • Module 4 Assessment

Course 3 - Certificate In Positive Psychology Online Course

Module 1: Happiness

  • Part 1: We Are Being Manipulated
  • Part 2: Activity 1
  • Part 3: A Snippet of Happiness
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Science Behind the Smile

  • Part 1: What is Psychology?
  • Part 2: Neurotransmitters
  • Part 3: The Human Givens Approach
  • Part 4: The Graves Model
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Instant Mood Lift

  • Part 1: Being Grateful
  • Part 2: Positive Thinking
  • Part 3: Habits of Happy People
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Depression

  • Part 1: What is Depression?
  • Part 2: Resilience
  • Part 3: Medication-Free SSRIs
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Negative Thoughts!

  • Part 1: Psychological Happiness!
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 3: RAIN
  • Part 4: Seligman’s PERMA Model
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: PERMA in Practice

  • Part 1: What is Emotion?
  • Part 2: Do You Know Your Strengths?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Mindful Engagement

  • Part 1: Mindful Engagement
  • Part 2: Meditation
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Exploration of Needs

  • Part 1: Social Needs
  • Part 2: Bowlby’s Attachment Theory
  • Part 3: Life Partners
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Professionalism

  • Part 1: Workplace Positivity
  • Part 2: Regulation
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 4 - Certificate In Bipolar Disorder Awareness Online Course

Module 1: Bipolar Awareness

  • Part 1: What Is Mental Illness?
  • Part 2: Common myths about mental illness
  • Part 3: Are mental illnesses really “illnesses”?
  • Part 4: What should we conclude?
  • Part 5: How is mental illness treated?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Different Types

  • Part 1: A quick note on terminology
  • Part 2: The history of bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Is bipolar disorder a progressive illness?
  • Part 4: Challenges in diagnosing bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Four key controversies relating to the diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder in children and adolescents
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Role Of Environmental And Biological Factors In Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Background information – the nature – nurture debate in psychology
  • Part 2: The role of parenting and family experiences in susceptibility to bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: The role of social support as an environmental factor
  • Part 4: Implications for the treatment of bipolar disorder
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Associated Problems That Frequently Co-occur With Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Anxiety disorders
  • Part 2: Panic disorder
  • Part 3: Antisocial Personality Disorder
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Medication For Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: What types of drugs are used to treat bipolar disorder?
  • Part 2: The dangers of combining drugs
  • Part 3: Encouraging medication adherence
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Psychotherapy for Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: What is psychotherapy?
  • Part 2: The different schools of psychotherapy
  • Part 3: What are the aims of psychotherapy?
  • Part 4: Who can benefit from psychotherapy?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Lifestyle Strategies For Managing Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Diet and bipolar disorder
  • Part 2: Sleep patterns and bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Exercise and bipolar disorder
  • Part 4: Social support and bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Recreational drugs and alcohol use in bipolar disorder
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Caring For and Understanding Someone With Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: How bipolar disorder can lead to problems within personal relationships
  • Part 2: How partners, friends and relatives can educate themselves about bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: How to communicate with someone who is experiencing a mood episode
  • Part 4: Crisis plans
  • Part 5: Acting as a carer for someone with bipolar disorder
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Challenges For Those With Bipolar Across The Lifespan

  • Part 1: Problems faced by children diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 2: Problems faced by adolescents diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Problems faced by young adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 4: Problems faced by middle-aged adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Problems faced by older adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Bipolar and the Workplace

  • Part 1: The risks associated with unemployment
  • Part 2: Steps employers can take to improve the experience of work for those with bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: How to support a friend or colleague who is experiencing mental illness
  • Part 4: Self-employment for people with bipolar disorder
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 5 - Certificate In Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD Awareness Online Course

Module 1 - A General Overview of PTSD

  • Part 1: Historical Timeline of PTSD
  • Part 2: Children versus Adults
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Treatments for PTSD

  • Part 1: Clinical Treatments
  • Part 2: Pharmacology Options – Medications
  • Part 3: Alternative Medicine
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Self-Help for People with PTSD

  • Part 1: Support of Friends and Family
  • Part 2: Stress-Relaxation Techniques
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Living with PTSD

  • Part 1: Living in the Practical World
  • Part 2: Explaining PTSD to Family and Friends
  • Part 3: PTSD and Relationships
  • Part 4: The U.K. Disability Discrimination Act
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Trauma-Informed Therapy

  • Part 1: The Trauma-Informed Therapist
  • Part 2: What is a Trauma-Informed Practice?
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

  • What is Trauma-Focused CBT?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - EMDR

  • EMDR
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Assessments and Treatment Plans for People with PTSD

  • Part 1: Assessments and Treatment Plans for People with PTSD
  • Part 2: The Clinician and the Assessment
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Train to Become a Professional

  • Part 1: Train to Become a Professional
  • Part 2: Train to Become a Psychologist
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - Establish a Private Practice

  • Part 1: Establish a Private Practice
  • Part 2: Setting Up Your Office
  • Part 3: Insurance
  • Module 10 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

About this Course

Get, Dementia Awareness, Sensory Processing Disorder Awareness, Positive Psychology, Bipolar Disorder Awareness and Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD Awareness in this Bundle

1. Dementia Awareness: Understanding Dementia

There is a significant lack of readily-available education on dementia for those providing care, be they a family member or in some cases students and practising care givers. This course provides a thorough understanding of all aspects of this complex subject.

Caring for an individual with symptoms of dementia is challenging. It’s even harder if you don’t fully understand the condition. With this in mind, the course shares basic information about the different types of dementia, the causes, and the common risk factors that contribute to its development in an individual.

You will learn how to spot the onset of dementia and how a diagnosis is determined. You will also discover how it damages the brain; what the cognitive, functional, behavioural and emotional changes that can occur are, and what treatments can be used to slow progression.

‘Person-centered care’ brings focus to the needs and preferences of an individual with dementia, in a respectful and responsive way. It also considers the values of the person and their family in all aspects of decision making. You will discover more about this type of care in this course.

To communicate effectively with those who have dementia requires respect, inclusiveness, and a thorough understanding of effective communication strategies. You need to adapt to continue meaningful communication throughout each phase of dementia. The Dementia Awareness Course explains how to do this, along with guidance on how to overcome even the most challenging of communication barriers.

As a caregiver, you need to encompass the role by learning how to manage chronic and intermittent medical conditions, monitor psychological changes, and provide a level of personal care that may be outside of your current comfort zone. You will also have to manage your own, and the sufferer’s family’s, expectations of the care that can be provided. This course guides you through the considerations you must make and how to go about being a carer for a family member.

The symptoms of dementia can leave those with the condition in a vulnerable state. The Dementia Awareness Course outlines how to assess and manage home safety risks, to limit possible hazards, and how to prepare for emergencies.

Loss of social abilities through dementia can leave its sufferers feeling an increased sense of alienation and isolation. It is important to employ meaningful activities that promote physical and mental stimulation, self-expression, and interaction, to bring back a sense of belonging, purpose, normality, and enjoyment. This course guides you through activities that can be used to stimulate the senses and encourage social interaction, and what the positive outcomes of these activities can be.

Due to the nature of dementia, someone with the condition is likely to exhibit some forms of challenging behaviour. The Dementia Awareness Course provides guidance on how to respond to some of the more common behaviours. These include agitation, screaming, wandering, sexual dis-inhibition, and cursing (swearing). This information also provides a basis for you to formulate similar or new strategies for other types of challenging behaviours that you may come across.

Providing care to an individual with dementia involves a network of people, which itself needs support. The course explains the roles of the various people involved and educates on how to help the primary caregiver, especially when this is a family member.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Dementia Awareness Course is aimed at carers of those with dementia, family members, and those looking for a thorough understanding of this complex subject. It is also especially useful to business owners/managers who administer long-term care homes for individuals with dementia.

Some caregivers have little, if any, prior health or dementia education and begin the task of care with little preparation or understanding of what is involved. This course will teach you everything you need to know about dementia and how to best help the sufferers of this condition.

2. Sensory Processing Disorder Awareness: Learn Everything You Need To Know About Sensory Processing Disorder

Sensory Processing Disorder describes a difference in the way that some people's senses are processed by the brain. This course provides an in-depth understanding of the condition, including the symptoms and behaviours associated with it, diagnosis, prevalence, history, therapies and interventions, and how you can provide support.

Although awareness has recently increased, it can still be difficult to get a diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorder. This makes it is particularly important to know the symptoms of the condition and the behaviours that present themselves in the young children and adults who suffer from it. The sooner it can be diagnosed, the better, as modifications to the environment can be made and the right support can be put in place before self-esteem and self-confidence issues arise. The course explains the common symptoms that can occur in children and adults and the ways in which these are often misinterpreted.

As getting a diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorder can sometimes be difficult, this course outlines the routes you may take in gaining help and the obstacles that you may come up against. The history of the condition is also explained, along with what research is being made into the causes of the condition and the differences in how its prevalence is perceived.

Currently, it is Occupational Therapists who are the leaders in the field, as far as intervention and therapy for those afflicted with Sensory Processing Disorder are concerned. The course looks further into this role, with an overview of how they work and what sort of therapies they may be able to offer. If you don’t have access to therapy, or would like advice on how you can be more involved with your child’s condition, the course also provides useful information in how you can provide support at home. Also included, are strategies that educators can implement in the classroom to enable effective learning to those with SPD.

What will you learn?

Sensory Processing Disorder describes a difference in the way that some people's senses are processed by the brain. This course provides an in-depth understanding of the condition, including the symptoms and behaviours associated with it, diagnosis, prevalence, history, therapies and interventions, and how you can provide support.

Although awareness has recently increased, it can still be difficult to get a diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorder. This makes it is particularly important to know the symptoms of the condition and the behaviours that present themselves in the young children and adults who suffer from it. The sooner it can be diagnosed, the better, as modifications to the environment can be made and the right support can be put in place before self-esteem and self-confidence issues arise. The course explains the common symptoms that can occur in children and adults and the ways in which these are often misinterpreted.

As getting a diagnosis of Sensory Processing Disorder can sometimes be difficult, this course outlines the routes you may take in gaining help and the obstacles that you may come up against. The history of the condition is also explained, along with what research is being made into the causes of the condition and the differences in how its prevalence is perceived.

Currently, it is Occupational Therapists who are the leaders in the field, as far as intervention and therapy for those afflicted with Sensory Processing Disorder are concerned. The course looks further into this role, with an overview of how they work and what sort of therapies they may be able to offer. If you don’t have access to therapy, or would like advice on how you can be more involved with your child’s condition, the course also provides useful information in how you can provide support at home. Also included, are strategies that educators can implement in the classroom to enable effective learning to those with SPD.

3. Positive Psychology: Learn Take A Mindful Or Spiritual Approach To Our Lives

Some of us prefer to take a mindful or spiritual approach to our lives and the problems in it, while others find a practical, logical method works better.

The Positive Psychology Course marries together studies of happiness in both science and nature, to provide students with the knowledge of how to find true happiness and contentment. If you let it, this course will help you to change your life.

The expectations that society puts on us, and the human condition itself, bring about many obstructions in the pursuit of happiness. The Positive Psychology Course explores happiness and the effects modern society have on happiness, as well as how to cope with these environmental factors.

From brain cells to physiology, we discuss the science behind both happiness and sadness. Happiness is about understanding yourself, and a large part of that is based in neuroscience. The course’s second module aids students in understanding the physical, biological changes that occur in our brains on a daily basis, as we feel different things.

Making long term change starts with committing to smaller, more regular changes, which will then make larger changes more accessible, as you will already be well-practiced in changing your mood. Students learn quick consciousness shift/mood lifting techniques, which can be employed to immediately change a person’s mind-set from that of negativity, to positivity.

As an important area to cover when talking about happiness, depression is explored in great detail. The most recent findings on the causes of depressions and how to cope and deal with depression using natural methods, are explored.

The main obstruction when seeking happiness is negative thoughts. We talk about the habit of thinking negatively and how we can cultivate a healthy resilience against this.

The Positive Psychology Course concentrates on understanding our needs and how to meet them, using the PERMA model. Fully broken down and explained this technique ensures resilience and long-term contentment, happiness, and positivity.

There is a universal need for humans to be engaged with something, as it provides curiosity, zest and gratitude in life. This is also linked to an area that is now commonplace in none-medicated mental health care; mindfulness. We discuss each, the link between them, and how they aid positivity and resilience.

As humans we have a need for social and secure relationships, from our first, biological relationships to the relationship with a life partner.The Positive Psychology Course explains the science behind this thinking, and then moves on to teach the final two areas of the PERMA model: meaning and accomplishment.

We will also discuss the practical aspects of setting up and running a happiness focussed business.

Who would benefit from the course?

The Positive Psychology Course is for anyone who wants to be happier (so pretty much everyone) and would like a practical guide that combines the ideas of how to improve your mind from within, with the science of what happens when you follow these actions and understand their positive, physical effects on the brain.

The knowledge learned from within the course should be applied to your own life, whether you feel the need or not (you can never be too happy) but students can also take what they have learned and help others or even use the techniques to aid them in a career in counselling.

4. Bipolar Disorder Awareness: Help Those Affected To Lead Healthier, Happier Lives

If you have bipolar disorder or hope to help someone who does, this course gives you a single, comprehensive resource that will enhance understanding and help those affected to lead healthier, happier lives. You will learn about the signs and symptoms, diagnosis and treatments, and how to manage bipolar disorder.

To understand bipolar disorder, you first need to address the issue of mental illness in general. Studying the Bipolar Disorder Awareness Course, you will learn what is meant by the term “mental illness”. The course covers who is affected, the most common forms of mental illness, why the notion of mental illness itself is sometimes called into question, and how it can be prevented. You’ll also be exposed to what the latest research suggests regarding the causes and prognosis of its various forms.

Bipolar disorder has many different forms and while the common thread is a tendency to experience mood swings, the variations differ in many important ways. Through your studies, you’ll discover the various types and gain an understanding of what they can mean for the sufferer and the symptoms and treatments of each.

The predominant opinion of psychiatrists is that bipolar disorder is caused, maintained and worsened by multiple factors. You’ll learn what researchers have discovered about links between various environmental and biological factors, and mental health.

Often referred to as “the rule rather than the exception”, a bipolar patient is usually diagnosed as suffering from two or more additional psychiatric disorders, though it can be diagnosed alone. The Bipolar Disorder Awareness Course explores the range of comorbid mental illnesses that often co-occur in those with bipolar disorder.

Part of the treatment of bipolar disorder is medication. This course looks at the most commonly prescribed drugs for the various forms of the condition, including how each works, how they are administered, possible side effects, effectiveness, and the risks of taking medication during pregnancy.

Treatment for bipolar disorder isn’t limited to medication, with other supportive measures in place to help those with the condition. One such treatment is psychotherapy, which encourages those with bipolar to discuss their mental health problems. Studying the Bipolar Disorder Awareness , you will learn more about what psychotherapy is, why it is used, who it may benefit, its specific application in bipolar disorder, and how effective it is.

The prevailing opinion within the medical profession is that bipolar disorder cannot be cured but its effects can be managed. While psychotherapy and medication are effective in reducing the severity of symptoms, it is in making day-to-day changes that a sufferer can prevent mood episodes and decrease the intensity of those that do occur. This course explores the steps that someone with bipolar can take to manage the symptoms of their illness. Such steps include managing diet, exercise, sleep patterns, social support and other lifestyle factors.

Who would benefit from this course?

If you have, or think you may have, bipolar disorder or have a friend or family member who does, this course centralises all the information you need to fully understand the condition and how to manage it.

Similarly, if you work in a position of care or are a therapist, or would like to, the information contained within the course will help you to understand those living with bipolar disorder and enable you to help and give useful, actionable advice to those with the condition.

5. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD Awareness: Learn About Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

Aimed at those with little or no knowledge of the condition, the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Course teaches students about how it occurs, how it is diagnosed, the symptoms, and the various treatment techniques available.

This course is also designed to help you on your way towards working within this area.

Separated into 2 distinct sections, the 1st section of this course provides information about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and what those with the condition can do to lessen its effects on their lives. The 2nd section of the course teaches students about the various treatment methods available and the training pathways you can follow to become a therapist working with those who have PTSD.

There is a lot that is misunderstood about Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder that this course hopes to clarify. Students will be provided with relevant facts that explain who can get the condition and how, a description of the symptoms affiliated with PTSD, and what to expect from a diagnosis.

Thankfully there is now a wide range of treatments available to sufferers of PTSD, with options including clinical, medical, and complementary treatments. This course guides students through a number of treatments, explaining the differences and benefits of each. In addition, there are also a number of self-help activities, which will also be discussed, that have proven to significantly ease the symptoms of Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Even with the various treatments and self-help practices available to them, it can still be very difficult for someone afflicted by PTSD to engage with the world around them. The Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Course describes practical steps that can be taken by an individual, to become more involved with friends, family, the workplace, and society as a whole.

As mentioned earlier, students will be exposed to the role of a therapist working with those with PTSD. This includes understanding the process of diagnosis and typical treatment plans, as well as understanding what the role involves, the skills needed, and training pathways. Although there are many different specialists working to alleviate the symptoms of PTSD in their patients, this course goes into detail about 3 specific areas: Trauma-Informed Therapy, Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, and Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR).

In addition to teaching students about the role of therapists and the types of treatments that can be provided, the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) Awareness Course also discusses the routes that can be followed to become an expert in the area of PTSD. This also includes how to go about starting your own practice, discussing both the practical aspects and considerations you would need to make before setting up on your own.

Who would benefit from the course?

This course will provide anyone who wants to understand the condition better and the treatments available, with an incredible source of information. This could be to aid yourself in overcoming the effects of PTSD or to help a friend/family member who has the condition.

The course can also be taken by those who are interested in pursuing a career caring for those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and would like more information on how the condition is treated and the pathways they can take to obtain a role in this area.

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Dementia Awareness Bundle, 5 Courses includes the following courses, below is a summary of each course: 

Course 1 - Certificate In Dementia Awareness Online Course

Module 1 – Overview of Dementia

  • Part 1: What is dementia?
  • Part 2: Common types of dementia
  • Part 3: Risk factors for dementia
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 – Signs and Symptoms of Dementia

  • Part 1: Common signs and symptoms of dementia
  • Part 2: Professional diagnosis
  • Part 3: Damaged areas of the brain
  • Part 4: Cognitive, functional, behavioural and emotional changes
  • Part 5: Treatments for dementia
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 – Approach to Caring for Individuals with Symptoms Associated with Dementia

  • Part 1: The elements of person-centred care
  • Part 2: Compassionate practices
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 – Communication

  • Part 1: Respect and Inclusiveness
  • Part 2: Communication during early stage of dementia
  • Part 3: ‘I want to go home!’
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 – Learning to Care

  • Part 1: Chronic medical conditions
  • Part 2: Acute medical conditions
  • Part 3: Expanding family comfort zones during personal care
  • Part 4: Resistance to care
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 – Safety and Dementia

  • Part 1: Safety risks
  • Part 2: Falls and injuries
  • Part 3: Preparing for emergencies
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 –Activities and Dementia

  • Part 1: Meaningful activities
  • Part 2: How activities benefit everyone
  • Part 3: Activities for home
  • Part 4: Activities for long-term care homes
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 – Specific Challenging Behaviours and Dementia

  • Part 1: Agitation and aggressive behaviours
  • Part 2: Bathing and grooming
  • Part 3: Sundowning
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 – Support for Dementia Caregivers

  • Part 1: Care teams
  • Part 2: Education
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 2 - Certificate In Sensory Processing Disorder Awareness Online Course

Module 1 - What is Sensory Processing Disorder?

  • Part 1: How We Process Information from the World Around Us
  • Part 2: Our Eight Senses
  • Part 3: SPD Responses
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Symptoms and Behaviours

  • Part 1: Importance of Early Identification of SPD
  • Part 2: SPD Can Look Like Bad Behaviour
  • Part 3: Parents and SPD
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Diagnosis, Causes, Prevalence and History of SPD

  • Part 1: SPD from Birth?
  • Part 2: History of SPD
  • Part 3: Causes and Prevalence
  • Part 4: Key Learning Points
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Therapies, Interventions and How You Can Help At Home and School

  • Part 1: Occupational Therapy
  • Part 2: How Parents Can Help
  • Part 3: Key Learning Points
  • Module 4 Assessment

Course 3 - Certificate In Positive Psychology Online Course

Module 1: Happiness

  • Part 1: We Are Being Manipulated
  • Part 2: Activity 1
  • Part 3: A Snippet of Happiness
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: Science Behind the Smile

  • Part 1: What is Psychology?
  • Part 2: Neurotransmitters
  • Part 3: The Human Givens Approach
  • Part 4: The Graves Model
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: Instant Mood Lift

  • Part 1: Being Grateful
  • Part 2: Positive Thinking
  • Part 3: Habits of Happy People
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Depression

  • Part 1: What is Depression?
  • Part 2: Resilience
  • Part 3: Medication-Free SSRIs
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Negative Thoughts!

  • Part 1: Psychological Happiness!
  • Part 2: Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
  • Part 3: RAIN
  • Part 4: Seligman’s PERMA Model
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: PERMA in Practice

  • Part 1: What is Emotion?
  • Part 2: Do You Know Your Strengths?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Mindful Engagement

  • Part 1: Mindful Engagement
  • Part 2: Meditation
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Exploration of Needs

  • Part 1: Social Needs
  • Part 2: Bowlby’s Attachment Theory
  • Part 3: Life Partners
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Professionalism

  • Part 1: Workplace Positivity
  • Part 2: Regulation
  • Module 9 Assessment

Course 4 - Certificate In Bipolar Disorder Awareness Online Course

Module 1: Bipolar Awareness

  • Part 1: What Is Mental Illness?
  • Part 2: Common myths about mental illness
  • Part 3: Are mental illnesses really “illnesses”?
  • Part 4: What should we conclude?
  • Part 5: How is mental illness treated?
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2: The Different Types

  • Part 1: A quick note on terminology
  • Part 2: The history of bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Is bipolar disorder a progressive illness?
  • Part 4: Challenges in diagnosing bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Four key controversies relating to the diagnosis and treatment of bipolar disorder in children and adolescents
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3: The Role Of Environmental And Biological Factors In Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Background information – the nature – nurture debate in psychology
  • Part 2: The role of parenting and family experiences in susceptibility to bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: The role of social support as an environmental factor
  • Part 4: Implications for the treatment of bipolar disorder
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4: Associated Problems That Frequently Co-occur With Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Anxiety disorders
  • Part 2: Panic disorder
  • Part 3: Antisocial Personality Disorder
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5: Medication For Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: What types of drugs are used to treat bipolar disorder?
  • Part 2: The dangers of combining drugs
  • Part 3: Encouraging medication adherence
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6: Psychotherapy for Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: What is psychotherapy?
  • Part 2: The different schools of psychotherapy
  • Part 3: What are the aims of psychotherapy?
  • Part 4: Who can benefit from psychotherapy?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7: Lifestyle Strategies For Managing Symptoms Of Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: Diet and bipolar disorder
  • Part 2: Sleep patterns and bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Exercise and bipolar disorder
  • Part 4: Social support and bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Recreational drugs and alcohol use in bipolar disorder
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8: Caring For and Understanding Someone With Bipolar Disorder

  • Part 1: How bipolar disorder can lead to problems within personal relationships
  • Part 2: How partners, friends and relatives can educate themselves about bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: How to communicate with someone who is experiencing a mood episode
  • Part 4: Crisis plans
  • Part 5: Acting as a carer for someone with bipolar disorder
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9: Challenges For Those With Bipolar Across The Lifespan

  • Part 1: Problems faced by children diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 2: Problems faced by adolescents diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: Problems faced by young adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 4: Problems faced by middle-aged adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Part 5: Problems faced by older adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10: Bipolar and the Workplace

  • Part 1: The risks associated with unemployment
  • Part 2: Steps employers can take to improve the experience of work for those with bipolar disorder
  • Part 3: How to support a friend or colleague who is experiencing mental illness
  • Part 4: Self-employment for people with bipolar disorder
  • Module 10 Assessment

Course 5 - Certificate In Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder PTSD Awareness Online Course

Module 1 - A General Overview of PTSD

  • Part 1: Historical Timeline of PTSD
  • Part 2: Children versus Adults
  • Module 1 Assessment

Module 2 - Treatments for PTSD

  • Part 1: Clinical Treatments
  • Part 2: Pharmacology Options – Medications
  • Part 3: Alternative Medicine
  • Module 2 Assessment

Module 3 - Self-Help for People with PTSD

  • Part 1: Support of Friends and Family
  • Part 2: Stress-Relaxation Techniques
  • Module 3 Assessment

Module 4 - Living with PTSD

  • Part 1: Living in the Practical World
  • Part 2: Explaining PTSD to Family and Friends
  • Part 3: PTSD and Relationships
  • Part 4: The U.K. Disability Discrimination Act
  • Module 4 Assessment

Module 5 - Trauma-Informed Therapy

  • Part 1: The Trauma-Informed Therapist
  • Part 2: What is a Trauma-Informed Practice?
  • Module 5 Assessment

Module 6 - Trauma-Focused Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

  • What is Trauma-Focused CBT?
  • Module 6 Assessment

Module 7 - EMDR

  • EMDR
  • Module 7 Assessment

Module 8 - Assessments and Treatment Plans for People with PTSD

  • Part 1: Assessments and Treatment Plans for People with PTSD
  • Part 2: The Clinician and the Assessment
  • Module 8 Assessment

Module 9 - Train to Become a Professional

  • Part 1: Train to Become a Professional
  • Part 2: Train to Become a Psychologist
  • Module 9 Assessment

Module 10 - Establish a Private Practice

  • Part 1: Establish a Private Practice
  • Part 2: Setting Up Your Office
  • Part 3: Insurance
  • Module 10 Assessment

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet. 

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

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  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

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  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

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