ADHD Foundation Training for Early Years Parents

The ADHD Foundation are offering training for our Early Years Parents, (Reception and Nursery Classes). It will be virtual training for – “Understanding and supporting your child’s early development”.

It will be held on Wednesday 21st October from 9.30 am- 2.30 pm.

This session is aimed to support any parent/carer of children in the Early Years who may have concerns with regards to potential developmental delay (early emergence of Neurodevelopmental Conditions – ADHD, Autism, Dyslexia, Dyspraxia).

Below is a breakdown of the virtual sessions which will run across a whole day in 45 minute chunks to allow for breaks:
  1. Early brain development and neurodiversity – This is where we will explore how the human brain develops in early years and how delays in development can present for some children. We will also use this session to look at the prime areas of the EYFS and what strategies to encourage development of these skills at home.
  2. Sensory integration – This is where we explore sensory needs. Focussing on hyper and hypo sensitivity – how this may present for some children and strategies to support.
  3. Emotion regulation – We focus on introducing parents/carers to the concept of co-regulation and how this leads to self regulation. Exploring strategies to implement in the home.
  4. Sleep – We explore sleep stages, the science of sleep and strategies for implementing a positive sleep routine.

If you are interested please contact Mrs Brown or your child’s teacher if you would like to access this training.

Please click on the flier below for further information.


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