Train the Trainer - Supporting neurodivergent children and young people
Salvesen Mindroom Centre
Find out how you can begin to support neurodivergent children and young people, and how to share your knowledge with others.
About this event
Join our virtual workshop to raise understanding of, and improve support for, neurodivergent children and young people who may experience learning difficulties and their families. Learn how our short films about Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, DCD, and Tourette Syndrome can be used to expand your own knowledge and understanding of neurodiversity in a way that you can share. Reflect on your own practice and consider adaptations that you can make to enhance the support you can offer.
Receive training on the workshop notes that accompany the films which will enable you to share this introductory course to staff or volunteers in your own setting.
• Shared learning with practitioners with a range of professional and personal
• 5 short films from our ‘It takes all kinds of minds’ series for use in your own
• A copy of the workshop notes to accompany the films. The notes are suitable for
online or face to face delivery
• An electronic copy of the complete set of Salvesen Mindroom Centre resources
What previous delegates have said:
“I loved the focus of the positivity and strengths of the young people”
"I really enjoyed the amount of detail and discussion”
"I will ensure any future professional activities/services I offer are fully inclusive and accessible to all”
Who should attend:
• School staff including teachers, PSAs, front of house, senior management
• Volunteer co-ordinators/managers
• Youth workers
• Third sector organisations
• Leisure and outdoor centre staff
• Music and drama group leaders, staff and volunteers
• After school clubs
• Child minders
• Scout organisations
- 11:00-15:00, 22nd July 2021
- Families & young people
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