Seminar to enhance early child and family support can come to your team or group - UK and other countries

Seminar to enhance early child and family support can come to your team or group - UK and other countries

Facilitated by Peter Limbrick, focusing on babies and pre-school children who have multiple diagnoses of disabling conditions

Peter originated the Team Around the Child approach (TAC) at the beginning of this century following direct work with families whose new child had neurological impairment.

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Read more: Seminar to enhance early child and family support can come to your team or group - UK and other countries

Two Interconnections seminars in Shrewsbury UK (2017) – 1: Re mental health of infants with disabilities (July). 2: Re sleep for disabled children & teens (October)

Introduction to a bowel & bladder assessment for children and teenagers with disabilities – Chelmsford UK, June 2018 – only £47.50

Introduction to a bowel & bladder assessment for children and teenagers with disabilities – Chelmsford UK, June 2018 – only £47.50

 

This low-cost seminar is for people who support children and teenagers with disabilities and want to help teach them to use the toilet.

 

The assessment is appropriate for children and young people with a learning disability, physical disability, autism and complex needs. 

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An introduction to sleep assessment with disabled children and teenagers. An afternoon seminar with Julie Sutton. Shrewsbury, UK in October 2017

An introduction to sleep assessment with disabled children and teenagers. An afternoon seminar with Julie Sutton. Shrewsbury, UK in October 2017

  This specialist sleep seminar by Interconnections will introduce delegates to the principles of sleep assessment and supporting families of children and young people with disabilities.

As an introduction to sleep assessment, it will be re

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The latest analysis of presenting conditions for Play Therapy shows some surprises. Where has ADHD gone? Also - how to become a Play Therapist

The latest analysis of presenting conditions for Play Therapy shows some surprises. Where has ADHD gone? Also - how to become a Play Therapist

The latest findings from Play Therapy UK’s clinical evidence base show that in the last year their  Registered Play Therapists have helped to alleviate over 200 different children’s emotional well-being and mental health issues.  

Between 77% and 84% of the children showed a positive change

Read more: The latest analysis of presenting conditions for Play Therapy shows some surprises. Where has ADHD gone? Also - how to become a Play Therapist

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