Title TRINNODD: Transfer of Innovation on Dual Diagnosis
Project Number 2008-1-LU1-LEO05-00041
Product Training modules (second edition)
Title Training modules (second edition)
Product Type modules
• TRAINING MODULE IN ITALY
The second training session was delivered in Florence (CREA Training Centre) on November 18th and 29th 2010 for a total of 21 hours.
The topics were: Dual Diagnosis, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Burnout, Family Burden, Challenging Behaviour, Vulnerability, Resilience and Distress, transition and Life Events, Quality of Life. Each topic has been developed according to the TRINNODD interactive methodology.
The group of trainees was composed of 21 professionals (8 male and 13 female) coming from different regions of Italy (Emilia Romagna, Toscana, Lazio, Puglia). All the trainees were frontline staff (social educators, social services educators, social health educators, social service technician, psychologists, nurses) working in day care centres or residential units. A high level of attendance and interaction was noted during this session.
• TRAINING MODULE IN PORTUGAL
Portugal managed to carry out 2 training modules editions within the 3 months additional project timeframe.
The first edition was held in Leiria on the 16th, 23d and 25th October 2010, for a total of 21 hours. The second training session was delivered in Lisbon on the 6th, 13th and 15th November 2010, for a total of 21 hours. The main topics covered were: Basic knowledge on Dual Diagnosis, Mental Health (professional and personal experience), Multidisciplinary team interventions, Emotional Support Strategies. These topics were taken from the core curriculum produced by the partnership. The group of trainees was composed of 14 professionals (all female) most of them coming from Lisbon. The professions represented in the training were mainly technicians with high degree studies such as, psychologists, social service workers, therapists and social educators, working in day care centres or residential units. All participants had a high level of course attendance. In both editions the national team managed to involve a client from CERCIZIMBRA on Module 3 delivery. Teresa Rocha, explained in her own words her experience of intellectual mental health problems and the way she felt, how she overcame them and how she is feeling now.
• TRAINING MODULE IN ROMANIA
The second training module was delivered in Sibiu on the 8th and 10th December 2010, for a total of 24 hours.
The 27 participants held high degrees: psychologists, physiotherapists, speech-language pathologists, managers of services, specialized educators, social workers, coming from residential services and day care centres.
The main topics were taken from the core curriculum designed by the consortium and were the following: Stress, distress, eustress - Definition, recognition, prevention - Quality of life, quality of life assessment at people with intellectual disabilities - Mental health problems, behavioral disorders in people with intellectual disabilities - Vulnerability and resilience in people with intellectual disabilities.
• TRAINING MODULE IN SPAIN
The second training module was delivered in Reus on 4th, 8th, 11th, 15th and 18th November 2010, for a total of 20 hours.
The 15 participants were all auxiliary care givers (frontline staff).
The main topics were, like in the other partner countries, taken from the core curriculum: Mental Health and Behaviour Problems, Mental Health (multidisciplinary teams), Vulnerability, Quality of Life and Stress management.
The methods used were the following: theoretical presentations, discussions on cases, explanatory videos, practical examples, role plays, work in small groups, presentation of the Core Curriculum slides.
Target group Frontline staff in the intellectual disability field.
Area of application