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RHYTHMIC PLAY: Essential for Children who are 'out of rhythm'

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Weston Super Mare

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2 Day training for teachers, parents and health professionals in Neuro-Dramatic Play, showing the importance of rhythm for healthy development. Professor Sue Jennings is joined by Kelly Hunter, international specialist in working with children on the autistic spectrum through rhythm (author Shakespeare's Heartbeat). Sue Jennings is the pioneer of Neuro-Dramatic-Play for children with developmental delay or suffering from abuse or neglect: www.playanddramapartnership.org.

This course can be credited towards a Dipoloma in NDP

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