Axcis are proud to sponsor this breakfast event, hosted by the NAS prior to the TES show on the 6th October 2017. Find out more about it, what will be happening and how you can secure a FREE place here.
2018 Annual Event - Let’s get Connected – Positive Connections for a positive future. Conference, Legal Seminar and Networking Event
The Child Brain Injury Trust are pleased to announce our new look Annual Event for 2018 - our usual Conference on 6th March 2018, combined with a Legal Seminar and Networking evening on 5th March 2018.
Please join us on Thursday 26th January for an open morning at Auditory Verbal UK. This is our opportunity to welcome you to our London centre to answer any questions you might have about auditory verbal therapy as an approach. You will experience different therapy scenarios and speak directly to therapists to find out how auditory verbal therapy (AVT) helps children with hearing impairment to listen and talk. There will also be an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about AVT.
The Academies Show Birmingham is the main event for education business managers, heads, governors and leaders, offering the latest policy and best practice for academies, maintained schools, independents, special schools and colleges. By registering for your free pass you will gain access to over 40 hours of dedicated education content delivered by the UK’s leading education experts.
Learn about the Apple iPad accessibility features from thumb print recognition, changing the text size, turning on VoiceOver and practicing with the Rotor Dial and finger swipe techniques, as well as discovering some useful apps. This is a half day course and we have morning and afternoon sessions available. The booking form can be downloaded from our website.
The online SI Module 2 course, accredited by Ulster University, is the second part of the modular pathway which also offers the opportunity to work towards a Postgraduate Diploma or Masters in Sensory Integration. This course is for Occupational Therapists, Speech & Language Therapists and Physiotherapists only.
This 90 minute training course is aimed at all staff who would benefit from a better understanding of autism, including lunchtime supervisors, governors, administration, teaching and support staff, as well as other professionals who have contact with school age pupils.
Category: Workshop - Understanding Childhood ABI Tweet this! Share on facebook Post to LinkedIn Post to Chatter Understanding Childhood Acquired Brain Injury” Birmingham, 16th January 2018
One day interactive Workshop for up to 16 delegates, exploring the issues facing children, young people and their families, following childhood acquired brain injury. • What is an acquired brain injury?• Introduction to childhood acquired brain injury• What to look for, areas of difficulty• Debunking myths• Supporting a child with a brain injury• Support strategies • Active participation tasks• Learning strategies• Understanding acquired childhood brain injury
This course will provide an introduction to sensory integration difficulties including autism. This course is open to all. Over 5 hours of content using slides with voice-over, animations, videos, quizzes and many resources to download. You will have 90 days to access the course.
This 1 day course will offer an introduction to sensory integration and its application and links to developmental trauma / early childhood trauma, which can include; early loss or lack or consistent caregiver, emotional, physical or sexual abuse, various forms of neglect and medical or life-saving procedures. This course will be suitable for any health, social care or educational professional working with individuals who have experienced trauma and present with sensory integration dysfunction.