In this training we explore the movement differences of those with ADHD/Autism, Tourettes or Cerebral Palsy in a non-medical way.
Ever wondered why you or someone you know struggles to stop themselves even when what they are doing is getting them nowhere?
Wondering why someone is obsessed, compulsive or like a stuck record?
This course will provide fresh insights and a much deeper understanding of physical, mental and emotional movements. This understanding will lead to much more respectful forms of intervention.
Great for anyone working with or caring for disabled or SEN children or young people with behaviour that may be hard to understand or intervene with.
- To understand movement differences using a respectful model that helps us all empathise
- For participants to understand the underlying rationale and ethos of this way of working
- To explore ways of maximising an individual’s inclusion and connection with the wider community through useful strategies around their movement challenges
- To explore ways of helping with movement accommodations