Spinal Cord Injury

This theory based course introduces learners to what spinal cord injury is and the range of effects a spinal cord injury can lead to. This is an essential course for all health and social care staff supporting individuals with a spinal cord injury, giving essential information on the levels of support for people.

  • Overview of spinal cord anatomy and the functions of the spine and its components
  • Risk factors to spinal cord injury
  • Symptoms and effects of spinal cord injury
  • The social and emotional effects of spinal cord injury
  • Rehabilitation and long term care needs
  • Person centred care and support


The trainer will carry out an on-going assessment

All delegates will receive a certificate of attendance

The course can be delivered at locations to suit the client or at one of our training venues

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