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School Workshops/ Training

We conduct workshops in person (depending on location) or via webinars/online.  
Each workshop is 1-2 hours long depending on your requirement.
Workshops can be tailored to meet the needs of your school.

1. Neurodiversity and Neurodivergence: Current guidelines for working with students with Autism and/or ADHD 

2023 has been an exciting year with the development of new guidelines, with best practice strategies on supporting autistic and ADHD students.  This workshop will explore strategies and accomodations you can make at a school and/or classroom level, so that all students are set up to thrive. 

4. Self regulation: Strategies to support emotional and energy regulation

Self regulation is the foundation for all learning! This workshop explores the concept of self and emotional regulation, why some students struggle with this, and practical strategies to help students maintain optimal levels of regulation throughout the day at school. 

2. Sensory and Classroom accomodations for Neurodivergent students

Small changes in classrooms can have a big impact on a child's functioning! This workshop explores sensory processing, and the impact that the environment has on autistic and ADHDers.  We look at practical strategies that can be implemented, and tips on how to become a sensory detective.

5. Handwriting: Best practice and inclusive strategies for teaching handwriting to all students

Ahh handwriting... the great love of O.T's! This workshop explores neurotypical handwriting development and evidence based curriculums/ strategies.    We will outline remediation strategies and accomodations,  to give all students the best chance of achieving efficient and functional handwriting, 

3. Building connections and relationships: Supporting Social skills in an affirming way

Navigating social relationships can be hard for any student, but particularly for neurodivergent kids living in a largely neurotypical world.  We explore ways to affirm autistic/ ADHD identity and differing communication styles, build connections and enhance perspective taking within your classroom.

6. Get set for school! Helping preschoolers develop social/emotional and motor skills for a smooth transition

Our preschoolers are not playing like they used to! Now better at swiping iPads than climbing trees or holding crayons.. and it's having an impact. This workshop explores social/emotional, fine/visual motor development and outlines evidence based strategies to support all students, maximising their 'readiness' for school. 

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