Welcome to our 12 week online coping skills course.
This course can help you learn some skills to cope with big feelings like anxiety, sadness or anger.
It was made by the learning disability teams in Oldham, and Tameside and Glossop. We also had help from the team at Pathways Associates.
Watch the video and click the blocks below to get started:
Well done to you and your carer/helper for choosing to learn some new coping skills!
This course will help you learn some skills to cope with big feelings, like anxiety, sadness or anger.
We hope you will learn a lot and have some fun.
Doing this course means you will:
- Watch some videos on YouTube
- Practice some new skills to help you feel calm.
Doing the whole course should take 12 weeks
But you can go back and watch the videos, as many times as you like.
You should do the course with the help of someone. This could be:
- A support worker
- Your PA
- Family member
It is a helpful to pick the same day and time each week to watch the videos with your helper.
For example: “We will watch the videos every Tuesday at 2pm”.
You could both put the day you choose on your calendar or in your diaries to remember.
Doing this will help you both get into a routine and learn the skills better.
When you learn a new skill from the video, you and your helper should try to practice that skill as much as you can through the week.
Every day if you can!
The more we practice things the better we get at them.
So practicing your skills will help you both remember them and learn them.
Carers / helpers
Before you watch the videos, look in the other boxes below for what videos to watch each week, and the handouts you need for each week.
Handouts can be printed from the links.
You will need these to keep practicing the skills in between the videos
What videos to watch this week?
What are the handouts for this week?
We hope you find this course helpful.
It was made by the clinical psychology team, part of Oldham integrated learning disability
service, using Boardmaker symbols.
If you would like to talk to someone about this course, please:
Or speak to your local learning disability team.