This face-to-face training is delivered by the Council for Disabled Children (CDC) in partnership with Face Front Inclusive Theatre, a group of disabled and non-disabled artists. This innovative training uses performances to explore the experiences of young people and their families and demonstrates practical aspects of rights based decision making and related key legislation, such as the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
Who should attend?
Professionals working for voluntary sector organisations
Professionals working directly with disabled young people and those with SEN aged 14-25
We have run similar training in the past, and we ask that if you have attended this training previously please recommend it to colleagues in your organisation who may wish to attend.
Explore the different experiences of young people and families through an interactive performance by Face Front Inclusive Theatre, a group of disabled and non-disabled artists
- Understand practical aspects of rights based decision-making and related key legislation, such as the Mental Capacity Act 2005
Learn practical, rights based approaches for involving disabled young people in decision-making
For more information please contact Catherine Goodall at the Council for Disabled Children at firstname.lastname@example.org