At Tree Tops we offer a range of teacher training courses to help implement various programmes into schools. We offer courses on feeding, handwriting, motor skills and think sensory not behaviour.
These courses are vital for helping children's development in school, independence and confidence.
At Tree Tops we believe in Continuing professional development (CPD) enabling you to be competent in your profession. All courses are CPD which assures a high level of expertise and enables you to keep your professional skills and knowledge up-to-date.
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Do you have children in your classroom with handwriting difficulties? Our fun, interactive full day training will equip you to understand and develop handwriting, improve the child’s pencil grip, letter formation and visual perception and much more.
Our course will help you 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 equip individuals to effectively help children who are ‘picky’ or ‘problem’ feeders.
THINK SENSORYNOT BEHAVIOUR
Do you work with children displaying challenging behaviours, frequent outbursts, and are unpredictable or struggle to sit still? Our training will help you understand Sensory Processing and how difficulties can affect a child’s function, motivation and attention.
Many children display difficulties with poor planning, organisation, co-ordination and attention skills. These issues can hinder their academic performance and ability to learn. Our interactive training day workshop incorporates structured and practical sessions to help train teachers.
Children's Occupational Therapy North East
Tree Tops Occupational Therapy Ltd are an established service with an outstanding reputation for children's occupational therapy and sensory integration expertise.
Based in County Durham, we work in partnership with families, schools and health professionals across the North East to make a difference to children’s lives by improving their ability to achieve as well as their general happiness and wellbeing.