- Are you working with children or teenagers on the autistic spectrum?
- Does your work involve children who are 'out of rhythm'?
- Maybe the children you work with are struggling with spatial awareness?
- Are there issues with sensory processing?
22-23 September (Friday 1-7, Saturday 10-5) in central Weston Super Mare
Rhythms of Life: from heartbeats to habits, from routines to rituals
This 2 day course illustrates the importance of rhythm in attachment and introduces rhythmic play for babies and early years. It also shows the importance of rhythm when working with children on the autistic spectrum. Kelly Hunter who has undertaken long-term research with children and teenagers on the autistic spectrum is teaching on this course, together with Dr Sue Jennings who has developed NDP application with children with learning needs as well as development delay.
Children who have experienced trauma or neglect are often 'out of rhythm' which creates anxiety and fear. They may be 'shut down' or physically hyper-energetic and unable to hear possible ways to calm and focus.
This course looks at the theory and practice and provides take-away skills to apply in the work setting.
£165 including course notes and light refreshments
£150 early bird before 1 September
The course can be credited towards a Diploma in Neuro-Dramatic-Play.
To book or inquire please email firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about NDP please go to: www.playanddramapartnership.org