Our Spring term of free online workshops kicks off today. We are running over 40 workshops this term. They are always extremely popular and places are limited so do book soon.

This is just a sample of the workshops running in January, February and March. Many of them are running on different dates and times so please do take a look at the full schedule on Eventbrite.

Looking to increase your understanding of Autism or ADHD? Our Understanding AutismUnderstanding ADHD and Understanding Dual Diagnosis workshops are brilliant places to start. We are running workshops on Tourettes. And we also have a brand new workshop we think you will love called No Two Brains are the Same: What is Neurodiversity.

For those of you who have already attended an ‘Understanding Autism’ course and would like to explore autism in a bit more depth come along to Autism Plus: Co-occurring conditions and Cognitive Theories.

Our Autistic Girls and ADHD in Girls and Women workshops will help you understand the particular challenges which girls face, including masking, and will help you support them.

We have workshops on PDA, ODD and ADHD and Supporting Demand Avoidant Learners. You can book onto our always popular Sensory workshop and attend a session on Anger and Conflict workshop.

Our Understanding Behaviour as Communication – A therapeutic Approach  looks at what lies beneath behaviour and introduces possible strategies to use to help de-escalate situations.

Our Navigating the SEND World workshop helps you unpick the jargonunderstand your rights, apply for the right benefits, find out about services and support across health, education and social care and feel confident about what to do next and so much more!  We have also launched a Navigating the SEND World – Post 16 to help begin to prepare those of you with young people in their teens.

Protecting our children’s mental health is always a huge priority. In our Mental Health and Neurodiverity workshop you will learn about risk factors, recognise the features of specific mental health difficulties and take away practical strategies and approaches to support mental health.

We are running workshops that cover the whole EHCP Process from New Application, what happens in the period from Submission to Finalisation and Annual Reviews.

Our Understanding Specific Literacy Difficulties workshop will provide you with more information about specific literacy difficulties including Dyslexia, unpick the profile of strengths and equip you with strategies and approaches for areas where support is likely to be needed.

Did you know it’s not unusual for children as young as 7 or 8 to begin to show signs of puberty? Our Puberty and Neurodiversity workshop covers topics such as physical, cognitive and social developmentsmenstruationrisks and vulnerabilitiesurinal etiquetterelationships and more.

We are also running our Anxiety workshop.

There are more workshops listed below and on our Eventbrite page. Remember all our workshops are very popular and usually ‘sell out’ with waiting lists so do book soon.