Resources

It’s our aim to provide  helpful resources for health and education workers, trainers or carers. Below is a list of the resources available from MAITS’ in-house projects or from fellow disability and development organisations. We are very interested to get feedback from you on the usefulness of the MAITS resources. Please can you also let us know of any modifications or translations that you make so that these can be shared with other people.

Please feel free to contact us at info@maits.org.uk if you would like to discuss any of our resources or would like support in using them.

Resources developed by MAITS and Partners

This is a manual for community workers and was initiated at the request of our Indian partners, Sangath. There is a Nepali version available from Mr Bimal Shrethra at SGCP Nepal: sgcp@cpnepal.org

  • Working with Children with Eating and Drinking Difficulties: A training programme for healthcare specialists in low-resource settings

This is a 3-5 day training programme for therapists and healthcare speciliasts with knowledge of neurodevelopmental disabilities wishing to support children with eating and drinking difficulties. It comprises theory and practical activities delivered through a series of powerpoint presentations supported by trainer notes and references. We do not have permission for this to be open source, however, if you would like free access to the materials, please make a request directly to info@maits.org.uk

In addition to requesting the files in digital form, this is now also available in hard copy, with a CD enclosed containing the powerpoint slides and other materials needed to deliver the training package.

This is a collection of PowerPoint slides, video clips, clinical documentation and written guidelines (with pictures) for teachers, nurses, doctors and generic workers. They have been adapted for South Asia and Africa.

Other Resources and Documents

This is a list of direct links to resources that have been made available online from our fellow disability and development organisations.

Clinical Resources

Useful Documents