Friday 13th April 6.30pm- 9.30pm
Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th April 9.30am - 5.30 pm
Have you ever struggled to understand why something that should be simple is difficult for some people, something that we take for granted like sleeping, talking or reading?
Do you want a more complete understanding of developmental differences such as dyslexia, ADHD, autism, Tourettes, dyspraxia, brain injury, cerebral palsy? This course will forever change your strategies in approaching learning, social and behavioural challenges.
The 17 hour course explores the roots of a wide range of challenges and behaviours. You will begin to be able to interpret the real reasons for behaviours for yourself, and understand causes of learning difficulties, inefficiency or stress. You will learn ways to support learning, reduce stress, and enhance potential.
"It was amazing from start to finish, it really took concepts I am familiar with much further and was so practical, yet so ingenious. How rewarding to have some knowledge about working at causal levels of sensory needs, in such a practical way. I found learning about the neuro and biological functioning of the mind and body absolutely fascinating too. It was a really nice group and we all had a lot of fun. Sean is great, brilliant teacher. Thank you." Sarah - therapist and support person for people with profound learning differences
More information here.
Cost: £275 for the whole weekend (£500 for two participants) including lunch Sat and Sun.
Early registration: £250 (£470 for two participants) if booked before 9th March 2018.
Please register online here
If you have any questions contact Sarah on firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0) 1273 558 545
Instructor: Sean Williams is a HANDLE Practitioner, Europe's only HANDLE Level 4 Instructor and is the Assistant European Regional Education Director of the HANDLE Institute. He has been working internationally with adults and children with a wide range of learning difficulties since 1997, as well as being a professional health care provider for over 30 years. His family with 2 children currently infuses his teaching with lively and easy to understand examples of how learning is inseparable from our development.