100% of individuals with a special need wish to live in a world that treats them with love and acceptance.
To achieve our vision of living in a world where everyone, regardless of their abilities, feels love and acceptance, we must learn how to interact, work, and create an inclusive society with people of all abilities. SNC educates you on how to properly engage, and interact with, individuals with special needs.
Getting Certified is Simple.
Create Your account
Simply enter your name, email address, and password to create your account.
Complete The Video Training
Short videos teach you about the population with special needs and how to properly engage and interact with someone with a special need. Takes less than 20 minutes, and only costs $25.
Receive Your Certificate
Upon completion, show off your certificate to display what you've learned.
Why Get Certified?
As someone who has cerebral palsy, I would say that you should take the Special Needs Certified training so that you can know what to do, and what not to do, when you encounter an individual with special needs or disabilities. And to also make them feel accepted and loved.
SNC Certification Online Curriculum
Get Certified in 3 Lessons
Understanding the Population with Special Needs
Engaging Individuals with Special Needs
Providing A Great Environment & Experience
In "Understanding the Population with Special Needs", you will:
- Learn about the population with special needs and disabilities, as well as the amount of families who are connected to someone with a special need or disability.
- Understand why someone with a special need might jump up and down, wear headphones, or make noises.
- Recognize the difference between a meltdown and a tantrum, and how you can provide assistance if you witness a meltdown.
- And more
In "Engaging Individuals with Special Needs", you will:
- Learn how to properly communicate with someone who has a special need or disability, is non-verbal, deaf, blind, or uses a wheel chair.
- Understand the proper terminology when speaking with, or about, someone who has a special need or disability.
- Recognize the appropriate questions to ask, and not to ask, when interacting with someone with a special need or disability.
- And more
In "Providing a Great Environment & Experience", you will:
- Learn to identify the different areas and layout of your environment, and why it is important to do so.
- Understand what it means to be sensory sensitive, how to properly interact with a service animal, and ways you may consider communicating with someone who is blind or deaf.
- Recognize when it is acceptable to offer assistance to someone with a special need or disability, and the important things you can do in order to provide a great experience.
- And more