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ACKUD Training Measures for Adults A Course For Supported Parenting © ACKUD 2013
A Course for Supported Parenting THE COURSE From pregnancy on Two years of instructions / supervision A package of 5 modules Modules can be taken independently © ACKUD 2013
A Course for Supported Parenting THE SEQUENCE Two years - five modules Each module has three units One unit a week c. two hours per unit © ACKUD 2013
A Course for Supervised Parenting THE COURSE SETTING Two socio-educational instructors / supervisors 3 to 6 parents per course No children aboard Homework will be scheduled In consultation with domestic instructors © ACKUD 2013
A Course for Supervised Parenting NESTED CONSULTATIONS Consultations a 1 to 2 hours with domestic socio-educational instructors In a nested interlacing pattern: [ U1 NC U2 NC U3 ] = c. 10 hours U = Unit, NC = Nested Consultation © ACKUD 2013
A Course for Supported Parenting THE CONSULTATIONS Cooperative talks professional to professional Education for the domestic soc.-edu. personnel Coordination of educational objectives Agreement on homework © ACKUD 2013
A Course for Supported Parenting COURSE FEATURES Simple repetitive course patterns Vibe/mood-o-meter by icon cards, e.g. clouds, sun, flowers Family constellations by character sketches, graphics & dialog Illustrative teaching materials ( true-to life ) © ACKUD 2013
A Course for Supervised Parenting COURSE FEATURES Homework (supported by domestic soc.-ed. personell) Work sheets Didactic games & role play Counselling Videos ( VHT ) Empathy training Positive educational feedback © ACKUD 2013
A Course for Supervised Parenting In Depth INTRODUCTION to the MODULES As a reminder : Course duration: two years five modules per course three units per module plus two nested counsellings P2P c. two hours per unit © ACKUD 2013
Module 1 Positive Pregnancy Unit 1 Focus pregnant women Unit 2 Focus unborn Baby Unit 3 Mommy and me, sometimes we need help! Homework: Study yourself & your Unborn Use a diary © ACKUD 2013
Module 2 Mommy and Baby Objective Baby's Signals My relaxed & fine baby - indications My stressed baby – indications & help My crying baby – what to do Homework Watch your Baby © ACKUD 2013
Training : gradual consolation ( pictured edu. Material ) Module 2 Mommy and Baby © ACKUD 2013
Module 3 The Stable Environment for my Baby Objective A stable environment is best for my Baby – Rites can help Once my baby feels secure, it is relaxed Daily rites simplify my day Mommy and me, we need stability Homework Create an evening/go-to-bed rite © ACKUD 2013
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