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Social Skills Groups – Summer Holiday Period

Our social skills group will run every Friday for 6 weeks during the summer holidays. Due to their popularity, we are holding sessions each Friday. Dates are as follows:- Friday 26th July 2019 2pm – 2.45pm Friday 2nd August 20192pm – 2.45pm Friday 9th August 20192pm – 2.45pm Friday 16th August 20192pm – 2.45pm Friday 23rd…

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Social Skills Group – May Half Term

Due to popular demand, we are hosting another 45 minutes social skills group during the May Half Term holidays for our children. The group is an opportunity for children who have difficulty in social situations to get together in a natural and relaxed environment. We use activities that allow children to develop key social skills…

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Think Sensory Not Behaviour Course – Friday 21 June 2019 (full day)

For parents, carers, education staff and other professionals Do you work with children displaying challenging behaviours, frequent outbursts, and unpredictable, anxious, struggling to sit still, sensory seeking or difficulty entering school? Our training will help you understand Sensory Processing and how difficulties can affect a child’s function, motivation and attention. Using fun practical workshops, the…

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Extreme Behaviour SOS – Sensory Obtainable Solutions Training

“Pupils with special educational needs accounted for just under half of all exclusions” Persistent disruptive behaviour in the classroom on a daily basis can have an extremely negative impact on both other children’s education and staff morale. Dealing with challenging behaviours can require a high level of support and result in staff feeling helpless when…

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Parent/Carer Sensory Workshop – Monday 10th June (am)

This fun and interactive workshop is designed to give parents/carers an understanding of SPD in relation to their own child. By understanding what causes SPD and how the sensory systems work, you will be able to support your child in a more proactive and structured way. The sensory routine concept is also discussed with practical…

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Fussy or Problem Feeders – is it sensory, motor or behaviour?

This course is ideal for parents, educational staff and professionals. Many children display problems with eating food and enjoying the experience of meal times. Our course will help you to understand and experience why a child can struggle with feeding. Developing insight into the motor, sensory and psychological factors involved in this complex process will…

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Social Skills Group Sessions (Easter – Week 1 & 2)

Due to popular demand, we are hosting another two 45 minutes social skills groups during the Easter holidays for our children. The group is an opportunity for children who have difficulty in social situations to get together in a natural and relaxed environment. We use activities that allow children to develop key social skills such…

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Social Skills Group Session – Friday 22 February 2019

Due to popular demand, we are hosting another 45 minutes social skills group during the half term February break for our children. The group is an opportunity for children who have difficulty in social situations to get together in a natural and relaxed environment. We use activities that allow children to develop key social skills…

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Parent/Carer Sensory Workshop – 16th November 2018

This fun and interactive workshop is designed to give parents an understanding of SPD in relation to their own child. By understanding what causes SPD and how the sensory systems work, you will be able to support your child in a more proactive and structured way. The sensory routine concept is also discussed with practical…

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Social Skills Group – Thursday 1st November 2018

Due to popular demand, we are hosting another one hour social skills group during the half term October break for our children who have w/c 22nd October 2018 off. Our group is an opportunity for children who have difficulty in social situations to get together in a natural and relaxed environment. We use activities that…

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