Social care, support plans and setbacks

Mind the care training

Take a moment to think of all the things that you’re most proud of in your life.

For some that might mean professional qualifications from NVQs or SVQs to diplomas, degrees and even PhDs. Others will think of less formal achievements like charitable endeavours or learning to play a musical instrument. Perhaps you’re good at a particular sport or maybe you’re proud of overcoming your fear of heights and going on a parachute jump. It takes a particular form of courage to jump out of a perfectly good aeroplane several thousand feet above the ground. A friend of mine recently climbed Kilimanjaro. He’s rightfully proud of that.

What have you achieved?

The fact that you’re able to watch this video at all means that you’ve achieved something that most humans throughout history never managed to do. You have learned to use a computer!

Whatever you’re thinking about the chances are…

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