Do you have concerns about children that appear a 'little bit different' 'quirky' 'eccentric'…These children might be described as neurologically diverse. In this workshop we will consider neurodiversity and how we can meet our unique children's needs in our EY settings.
In this workshop we will focus on children presenting with unusual traits and consider those children who may have social communication difficulties, ASD or sensory processing difficulties. We will discover how to plan a range of experiences and use of specific interventions to ensure these children are included and achieve the best possible outcomes in the EY setting.
By the end of this workshop you will:
- Have an increased awareness of neurodiversity
- Have an understanding of specific interventions to use in your setting
- Understand how to be fully inclusive and meet the range of needs in your setting
Booking to be made via this website. Course bookings are non-refundable. If you are unable to attend this course once you have booked it you will be able to change the delegate due to attend or in some cases transfer the booking to another course. Queries to the Early Years Workforce team at EYWorkforce@portsmouthcc.gov.uk or by telephone on 023 92 841974
This course is aimed at: "Key person" SENCOs Year R teachers