Upcoming Events and Courses

Please scroll down to read about upcoming events and courses which may be of interest to parents and families.  We do not specifically endorse any of the non-Meadow events, we are just passing on information which may be useful and/or of interest to Meadow families.  Some of the events and courses are at Meadow High School, but some are run by external providers, so please ensure you read the information carefully. 

 

The local Dyspraxia Foundation Group hold coffee mornings at Meadow - new dates for 2020/2021 are as follows:

10am - 12.00 (approximately)

24 September 2020 

19 November 2020

21 January  2021

18 March 2021

13 May 2021

17 June 2021

 

 

Meetings organiser, Emma, says:

At the dyspraxia coffee mornings we talk in confidence with in the 4 walls. What's said stays within those walls unless you are happy for me to share or talk over any problems with either the Civic Centre , SENDIASS, etc .

It's a small group that offer advice and a listening ear where possible.  Somewhere to let of steam without being judged.   It sometimes opens up friendships, builds confidence for adults alike.  The group is open to everyone that has, or knows some one that has, dyspraxia - adults or children. 

You don't have to have an official diagnosis either.   You can come along if  you just want to find out more about Dyspraxia, or maybe someone you know is waiting for a formal diagnosis.

We also offer fact sheets , information on dysprixia and  information on social activities for families ie turtles swimming club , DASH youth centre on a Sunday . 

You can get me on either emmahewlett@tiscali.co.uk or emiliehewlett@gmail.com.

 

For more information about Dyspraxia, visit the website: http://dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk


 

 

 

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Hillingdon Autistic Care & Support

Training for Parents and Professionals: Autumn 2020

Don't miss out on our brand new webinars for parents and professionals


Understanding Autism

An essential introduction to Autism for parents and professionals. The webinar will explore areas
of difference and challenges faced by autistic children and young people, together with a range of
effective support strategies to successfully help them at home, school and in the community.

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Understanding PDA and Autism

Laura Kerbey from Positive Autism Support and Training looks at the differences and similarities of Autism and Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) and gives attendees a "tool-kit" of strategies to effectively support children and young people with this profile of needs.

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Autism & Anxiety

“Autism and Anxiety” will explore the underlying causes of stress and anxiety in relation to autistic differences. The webinar identifies possible sources of stress and anxiety and how this may be expressed by autistic people, how to provide 

effective support for wellbeing and the importance of supporting autistic people to develop self-regulation strategies.

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Autism & Sensory Differences

Autistic people experience sensory information in very unique ways, including over-sensitivity, under-sensitivity or poor modulation.  Whilst sensory differences can be enjoyable for autistic people, they can also cause significant distress in coping with daily life. This webinar explores sensory differences and strategies to create sensory-friendly environments.

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Promoting Positive Behaviour

Who is challenging who? Behaviour that challenges is a form of communication - it's essential to identify what message an individual is sending and how we can respond in a supportive way.

This session will empower parents to identify the causes of behaviour that causes distress and improve wellbeing and quality of life not only for the autistic person but their family and people around them.

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The local Dyspraxia Foundation Group hold coffee mornings at Meadow - new dates for 2020/2021 coming soon !

 

Meetings organiser, Emma, says:

At the dyspraxia coffee mornings we talk in confidence with in the 4 walls. What's said stays within those walls unless you are happy for me to share or talk over any problems with either the Civic Centre , SENDIASS, etc .

It's a small group that offer advice and a listening ear where possible.  Somewhere to let of steam without being judged.   It sometimes opens up friendships, builds confidence for adults alike.  The group is open to everyone that has, or knows some one that has, dysprixia - adults or children. 

You don't have to have an official diagnosis either.   You can come along if  you just want to find out more about Dyspraxia, or maybe someone you know is waiting for a formal diagnosis.

We also offer fact sheets , information on dysprixia and  information on social activities for families ie turtles swimming club , DASH youth centre on a Sunday . 

You can get me on either emmahewlett@tiscali.co.uk or emiliehewlett@gmail.com.

 

For more information about Dyspraxia, visit the website: http://dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk