In the Netherlands, there are between 1 and 2 million people who have a mild intellectual disability (LVB).Knowledge about this is therefore important for everyone, and indispensable for healthcare professionals. Knowledge center LVB wants to make this knowledge accessible through e-learning modules. The objective is to reach professionals who need more in-depth knowledge on identifying and working with youths and young adults with LVB.In order to make the greatest possible impact, different perspectives are relevant here: the disabled person themselves, their immediate environment and the professional. To coverall topics and perspectives, we created four different modules.
Using Articulate Rise, we created a unique look & feel and added a lot of interactive formats.To make the learning more dynamic, we created expert videos, social media videos, podcasts and a branching scenario exercise.The modules were implemented in two different online academies.These have already reached over 2.000 users.They highly appreciate the learning, rating it an 8 out of 10. We like to share one feedback that reflects many others: "I am in awe of the quality of the e-learning. This applies both to the practical sides as well as the theoretical content. I have also found the structure of the modules to be a valuable experience. In addition, I really like this e-learning because it gave me the opportunity to work with it at the times when my mind was on it. In physical training you don't have this opportunity."