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Supporting SEN Professionals: Helping Neurodiverse Children Engage with School

9 Jan 2023,

Helping Neurodiverse Children Engage with School

 

Live webinar - 24 January 2023

Are you a SENCo or teaching professional working with neurodiverse children and young people?

If so, you might be interested to find out more about our next SEN professionals webinar which will be presented by Emma Weaver, Deputy CEO of the ADHD Foundation.

Date: Tuesday 24th January

Time: 10am-11am (Including Q&A)

During the session Emma will cover the following: 

  • An introduction to neurodiversity and co-occurrence.
  • The key characteristics of neurodiversity including executive functions, sensory sensitivity and emotional reactivity.
  • Best practice strategies for leading a neurodiverse friendly classroom.

Remember, all of our webinars are recorded, so even if you can't make it on the day you can still register for the session, and a copy of the recording will be sent to you in the days following the event.

If you would like a digital flyer so that you can share on social media or with family, friends or colleagues please don't hesitate to get in touch with us on webinars@witherslackgroup.co.uk

You can register for the webinar here.

More details on our website here.

 

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