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Buccal Midazolam:-

"Easy to follow and understand" Support Worker, Autism Care

"Will help me to provide better care for service users" Support Worker, Autism Care

"Will help service users to keep their dignity" Key Worker, Autism Care

Epilepsy Awareness and Autism Course:-

"One of the most enjoyable courses I have attended" Carer, Springs Community.

Epilepsy Awareness/ Rectal Diazepam Administration:-

"The trainer was excellent. The teaching was just perfect, in fact, she was fantastic"
Health Care Assistant, Home Farm Trust.

"I liked the style and performance of trainer, very engaging and informative.
Health Care Assistant, Home Farm Trust.

"Amazing", "The topic is relevant to my profession as I am a doctor. Besides this, I handle patients with epilepsy so often" Doctor, Bangladeshi Parents and Carers Association.

"Course was presented in a way that covered all aspects of training relevant to my workplace, her presentation and the way she involved us all was excellent" Residential Worker, Essex County Council.

"Very practical course with clear explanations regarding epilepsy and good practice. Gave a clear grounding in types, effects and good practice in managing epilepsy. Also good practice in rectal diazepam administration, very good trainer, good handout" Care Assistant, Essex County Council.

"I liked most the information of drugs currently used for children with epilepsy, very informative update for me" Senior Nursery Co-Ordinator, Essex County Council.

"It was visual and practical", Teacher, Sybil Elgar School (Special Needs)

"I liked most the video, practical work, pace of instructor. This teaching style matched my learning style (multi media presentation), thank you for such a useful, informative and stimulating course" Teacher Sybil Elgar School (Special Needs)

"All aspects of course very very helpful and provided my staff team and myself with a lot more confidence in managing epilepsy in a positive manner" Manager, Residential Home for People with Learning Disabilties.

"All aspects of the course were professional and it was interesting and enjoyable, I would like to thank Lynette for her excellent work today. Well informative" Carer, Robinia Life Skills

"Most useful part of course was distinguishing between the various types of seizures and what triggers them, info on behaviour was most interesting. Very Informative" Support Worker, Supported Living Scheme, Oxfordshire Social Services.

"The pace of training was very good and the trainer made me feel like I could ask questions without feeling silly." Residential Worker, Essex County Council.

"Information communicated in an easy to follow format, workshops cemented information" Learning Support Assistant, Lexden Springs School.

"Lynette was very approachable and you felt able to ask questions in a relaxed atmosphere" Learning Support Assistant, Lexdne Springs School.

"Most thorough training in administration of this medication I have had" Carer, Brookdale Care.

"We had written work and visual, we were able to participate and she was able to assess our needs" Carer, Brookdale Care

"I liked most the practical/hands on opportuinity. Great Group. A difficult subject shared in a respectful and fun way – great trainer, thank you" Support Worker, Family Link.