Introduction to Social and Emotional Behaviours (SEBD)
This basic course lasts for 2.5 hours and is aimed at being the first step to discovering the basics about these conditions. SEBD includes Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder(ADHD), Attention Deficit Disorder(ADD), Oppositional Defiance Disorder(ODD) and Conduct Disorder.
The training is aimed at people who have had a family member newly diagnosed or professionals who are moving into this area of work. It is lively and interactive and gives the learners the confidence they need to work with individuals.
By the end of this course you will:
* Appreciate the difficulties people with SEBD have
* Know why the condition affects them in the way it does
* Be equipped with strategies to overcome some of the difficulties a person with SEBD has
* Be able to react proactively to meet the needs of individuals known to you
Time: 9.30am - 12pm
Delivered by: Helen Jaques, M Ed (Autism), B Phil (Autism), Cert Ed, MIfL
Course materials and refreshments included
This training can be delivered to individual organisations in own venue
Following this training the learner can progress on to the following programmes:
* NOCN Level 2 - Meeting the Needs of Learners with ADHD in the Mainstream Classroom
All profits from this training go towards improving the lives of individuals and families on the autism spectrum
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When & Where
16 High Force Road
At MAIN we support people, not ‘cases’ or ‘numbers’.
We exist to offer advice and services tailored to each individual and family living with Autism to raise their aspirations, empower themselves, and have the confidence to be proud to ‘wear their t-shirt with a smile’.
Our ambition is to change society’s perceptions of Autism, and increase understanding of the challenges and opportunities living with Autism brings.
As a group of dedicated parents, who have each individually adapted to living with Autism in it’s various forms, the MAIN Project team ultimately offer first hand support and advice to people of all ages living with Autism.