Vulnerability, trauma and recovery
Level: 4 | Modules: 1 | Hours: 20
Toxic levels of stress can injure our brains, changing the way we think, feel and behave until we have recovered from the injuries. This can happen to anyone. This course enables learners to understand key issues in working with the significant minority of children and young people who are living with brain injuries from which they have not yet recovered. It also provides opportunities to practise and develop skills in working effectively with trauma.
Target audience: Children's workforce
Learning outcomes / assessment criteria
Understand the impact of unregulated stress on brain development and function
- Analyse, with reference to current research, how trauma may affect key areas of children and young people’s development
- Explain the key difficulties that may affect traumatised children and young people
- Consider key principles in promoting recovery from trauma
Be able to develop skills in promoting recovery for traumatised children and young people
- Explain the phases of recovery from trauma describing how you can encourage and support children and young people through the recovery process, helping them to overcome setbacks.
- Explain how working actively with others in the network helps children and young people with their recovery from trauma
- Analyse and reflect on how you can most effectively advocate on behalf of children and young people to ensure their needs are met in relation to recovery from trauma
Understand how systems and processes promote recovery from trauma or reinforce disorder
- Explain how policy and guidance impacts on your service at a national level, and evaluate how this affects local provision.
- Explain how policies within your setting promote or could be enabled to better promote a positive environment in terms of recovery from trauma
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