Administrative Development Liaison (ADL) Meetings Spring Term Agenda 2019
Please find attached the Administrative Development Liaison (ADL) Meetings Spring Term Agenda 2019.
If you have any special requirements, for example medical and access needs, please contact SSE on SSE@somerset.gov.uk so that the necessary arrangements can be made.
Working with Children and Young People who require Personal and Intimate Care
The Physical Impairment and Medical Support Team will be delivering a half day course on personal and intimate care.
Training will include:
• Identifying safeguarding issues with regard to children and young people who require support
with toileting/medical needs.
• Identifying how the work of a personal assistant can promote young people’s safety.
• Essential record keeping and documentation.
• Managing young people’s care in the toilet.
School staff involved with delivering personal and intimate care.
For more information and to book on to the course, please visit here.
Introduction to Mindful Emotional Coaching - Click Here
Bringing together the neuroscience behind children’s emotions and evidence based strategies to support them and build resilience’.
Mindful Emotion Coaching is about building emotional resilience and mental wellbeing by enabling conversations about emotions behind behaviours and building understanding of the neuroscience of brain development, human interactions and mindful awareness.
We look closely at the work of Dan Siegel and John Gottman and focus on the ‘how to’ of developing emotion resilience.
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Understanding Autism in the Early Years
A one day course to support parents and professionals working with children with ASC (Autism Spectrum Condition) in the Early Years.
We start by looking at the theories of autism, before moving on to explore different aspects of the condition.
We look in detail at strategies to support communication and behaviour, as well as increasing our understanding of how sensory processing difficulties and anxiety impacts on how our children cope on a day to day basis. We link these strategies into the overarching principles of the Early Years Foundation Stage.
To give you a better understanding and awareness of the autistic spectrum and the way that it affects young children within an educational setting and at home.
To highlight strategies proven to support young children on the autistic spectrum.
To book and view this event, visit here.
DofE Residential 2019 - 28th May - 1st June 2019
Gain event management skills and complete your DofE Gold residential.
The DofE residential team will be involved in various areas of the show, including:
Pilton Music Tent
Main Show Ring
Included in the cost of the residential:
Breakfast will be available each day at an onsite facilityPacked lunch will be provided during the dayEvening meals. Taken as a group at an onsite facility but may include a BBQ or pizza night (details to be confirmed during the residential)
A compound within the showground for the sole use of the DofE group. Participants will camp in small expedition tents (provided) with a central gazebo.Toilets and showers will be available on site.The site is patrolled by a security company overnight.
Where the programme allows we will include a range of activities during the evening.
The leaders will camp with the group throughout the residential and will be your point of contact between 6pm and 9am (all their contact details will be supplied nearer the time).The DofE team will have a stand at the show and a member of the SCC DofE team will be available every day (all their contact details will be supplied nearer the time).
For more information - click here