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Managing Everyday Life

A series of workshops about managing everyday life for parents, carers, families, personal assistants, teaching assistants or teachers of children with special needs and/or disabilities.
 

About the workshops:

Sometimes everyday life can be difficult when you have a child with special needs in the family or in school. This series of informative, interactive and enjoyable workshops aims to bring people together to discuss strategies and share ideas for making life more manageable. There are four workshops over 4 weeks covering different topics, and each will run on  Wednesday evenings from 7-9pm. They will take place in Meeting Room 2 at Kings Church Lewes, near Tesco's - there is parking there. 

If you want to book or find out more then just email Jacqui here for a booking form

 

Week 1:  Wednesday 8th November 7-9pm

Autism and special needs: social communication and interaction, using visual supports and schedules

 

Week 2: Wednesday 15th November 7-9pm

Autism and special needs: sensory differences

 

Week 3:  Wednesday 22nd November 7-9pm

Emotional regulation, managing anxiety and behaviour

 

Week 4:  Wednesday 29th November 7-9pm

Managing transitions, holidays and going out and about

 

 

Who is running the course?

Dr Jacqui Shepherd is an experienced teacher trainer, lecturer, and researcher in special needs, autism, inclusion and disability. She has 20 years lived experience of parenting her son with autism and severe learning difficulties, and is a governor at a local special school. She also has a PhD in autism.

 

Cost:

The workshops are £25 for each 2 hour session - or you can book all four sessions for £90. Additional members of the same family half price.  Refreshments and resources included.

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