Courses for Schools and Professionals

DSPL7 Courses for Schools and Professionals

NEWS UPDATE: Please note that all DSPL7 training is postponed for the foreseeable future. Please check the website and Facebook for further updates. DSPL7 will not be running any courses/workshops for the remainder of the Summer term. This includes: SEND Briefings (April, June and July), Primary Transition Event (May), Class to Class Transition (May) and Behaviour Leads (May and July). Please check the website and Facebook for any further updates. Apologies for any inconvenience caused. For courses run by other organisations please check with the providers if these are still going ahead.

 

DSPL7 courses are in high demand so please note that non-attendance having booked will lead to a financial charge being made. If there is a valid reason for not attending, please let the organiser (admin@dspl7.org.uk) know as soon as possible so that the above is not invalidated.

Outside Courses for Schools and Professionals

DS Achieve: Supporting children with Down Syndrome in education

Date & Time: Monday 29th June 2020 or Tuesday 30th June 2020, 10:30 – 12:00

Suitable for: Education professionals who are new to Down Syndrome

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My Teen Brain Training Dates for Professionals 2020-21

Date & Time: Various – see flyer for details

Suitable for: Professionals working with either young adolescents (10-14) or their parents

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Supporting Links Autumn term courses

Supporting links are running several Autumn term online courses including: talking families, talking teens, talking dads and understanding behaviour in your child with additional needs. Please also find attached the professionals referral form.

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Natural Flair Coaching: A Protective Behaviours Approach to Emotional Wellbeing

This is a fun and inspiring online parent coaching course which develops confidence, resilience and emotional wellbeing, packed full of strategies to support families to manage their feelings.

Parents need to be referred onto this course or have a specific parenting need.

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