Callan Institute


Callan Institute as part of Saint John of God Community Services clg., promotes positive practices for individuals with intellectual disability in behaviours that challenge and human relationships and sexuality.

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New Privacy Notices

Please check out our new privacy notices for webpage visitors and for people using Callan Institute Services
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Callan Institute Art Competition

Callan Art Exhibition Invitation: Please join us for the opening of the exhibition of Art featuring 60 pieces created by Children and Adults with Extra Support Needs as part of Saint John of God Community Services clg.
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Callan Institute 2020 Training Schedule

If you are interested in Positive Behavoiur Support (PBS) or Friendship, Relationship & Sexuality (RUA) Training, 2020 dates confirmed.
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e-learning course on Positive Behaviour Support

Do you want to learn about positive ways to change behaviour with children and adults with an intellectual disability and behaviour of concern? Yes, this foundation course for you.
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Systematic Instruction Training Dates 2020.

Building Capacity through Skills Teaching: This course supports the teaching of skills using applied behaviour analysis....
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Let Us Know What You Think!

In Callan Institute we want your feedback. We are always learning and want to know from you how we can do more. Do you have a comment, compliment or complaint?
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Parents Resources on Identity, Friendships, Relationships & Sexuality.

These resources are designed to provide Parents with the information, confidence and skills to talk about growing up, relationships and sexuality to their children, teenagers and young adults with intellectual disabilities.
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School Wide Positive Behaviour Forum (SWPBS) 2020 Dates

30th March & 2nd November, 2020 SWPBS forum. This exciting framework which brings the key tenets of Positive Beh.viour Support to education. This forum explores how SWPBS can be applied for children with an intellectual disability in both mainstream and special schools.
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