Main Differences in Adult and Child CE
Main differences in adult & children CE Sessional training Sheltered workshop Housing Life coaching service
Habilitation

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Child: Need to gain experiences, learn to play, learn movements, skills, daily living skills, social basics, functions “why and how”. Must be guided in making choices.  Lots of parents work.

Adult: wide range of previous experience,  loss of skills, re-learn lost skills, orthopedic issues, responsibility for own development, look the future, increasing/increased responsibility for own development, they are able to make choices. More individual social work. Working with family members or carers.

Only adults:

# Adopt routine at place of work

# Gain work experiences

# Learn movements, skills, social skills, basic ADL functions

# more & deliberate psycho-social  issues

# Conductive lifestyle, living together with people having similar distress and having continuous support from CE professional(s)

# Adopt daily routine of the house

# Gain living experiences

# Learn movements, skills, social skills, functions of everyday life, learning goals: could be short and long term & specific  

# Work with family members

# Follow up with orthopedic aids and drug treatments

# Deliberate psycho-social needs

Only adults:

# Specifically tailored independent (conductive) lifestyle with continuous support from CE professional(s) 

# Adopt daily routine in personal life

# Gain living experiences

# Learn movements, skills, social skills, functions of everyday life

# Work with family members

# Follow up with orthopedic aids & medical issues

# Deal with & help clients’ everyday issues

# Deliberate psycho-social needs

Rehabilitation

service

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Child: Need to gain experiences according to the altered life situation, learn to play, re-learn and learn movements, skills, daily living skills, social basics, functions “why and how”. Must be guided in making choices.  Lots of parents work

 

 Adult: wide range of previous experience,  loss of skills, re-learn lost skills, orthopedic issues, responsibility for own development, look the future, increasing/increased responsibility for own development, they are able to make choices. More individual social work. Working with family members or carers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

# Adopt routine at place of work

# Re-gain work experiences

# Re- learn movements, skills, social skills, basic ADL functions: Learning aims are specific

 

 

 

# Constant work with family members

# Following medical issues & drug treatments

# Deliberate psycho-social needs

# Conductive lifestyle, living together with people having similar distress and having continuous support from CE professional(s)

# Adopt daily routine of the house

# Re-gain living experiences

# Re-learn movements, skills, social skills, functions of everyday life,

 

 

 

# Work with family members

# Follow up with orthopedic aids

# Following medical issues & drug treatments

# Deliberate psycho-social needs

# Specifically tailored  independent (conductive) lifestyle with continuous support from CE professional(s)

# Adopt daily routine in personal life

# Gain living experiences

# Re-learn movements, skills, social skills, functions of everyday life, Learning goals short and long term, specific to the person

# Work with family members

# Follow up with orthopedic aids & medical issues

# Deal with & help clients’ everyday issues

# Deliberate psycho-social needs

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