Hastings Neuro-Diverse Community Training. Session 4 When things go wrong (Nov), The Bridge Community Centre, Saturday, 23. November 2019

This is the last and fourth training sessions for community groups and people in Hastings working with children in the community.
It is incredibly valuable training and is free thanks to the National Lottery. It is suitable for beginners to experienced.
The aim is for people to feel confident dealing with children who are neuro diverse, thereby increasing inclusion. We welcome anyone working with children in the community.  

Session 4 will cover
1. Responding when things go wrong
2. The Importance of Follow-up Collaborative Problem Solving

These sessions are led by the excellent Kit Messenger of 
Please sign up for all 4 sessions. If you are unable to make one, then we are running duplicate sessions on Saturday afternoons in November and you can mix and match so you achieve the 4 sessions. 
Any queries please contact us. 

Please sign up separately in September or November for 
Session 1
Introduction - the role of community groups and individuals in supporting children's education
Understanding the Brain
Recognising & understanding the Stress Response
Session 2
Understanding Physical Stressors: The needs of the Body Brain
Understanding Emotional Stressors: The needs of the Emotional Brain
Session 3
Making sure expectations are clear: Pro-social and pro-learning behaviours 
(developing Community Charters)
Building on strengths
Bringing it all together: Planning an inclusive community group 
Helping children prepare to be at their best

Saturday, 23. November 2019, The Bridge Community Centre, Hastings Neuro-Diverse Community Training. Session 4 When things go wrong (Nov)

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