Neurodiversity- Identification, Referral, Communication with Parents and Effective strategies: for Mainstream schools
Early Intervention in Neurodevelopmental impairment- Cerebral Palsy, Genetic, Epilepsy, Movement Disorder for Teachers
Three Bridge Primary School, Ealing, London
“ What we've learned from these sessions has made us rethink some of our approaches to interventions, with a long-term view of the child in mind. What you've shared with us is really useful; we're so grateful".
The creator of the course, Dr Rahul Bharat, is an experienced clinician working as an expert in the field of Neurodisability and Epilepsy. Every day he meets with families who are concerned about their children’s neuro developmental issues. After meeting with so many parents, it has become clear to him that there is a huge disconnect between the specialist making the diagnosis and the support system provided for the child.
Some parents might reject a diagnosis, whilst others may think it is the wrong diagnosis, or that there are other undetected issues in addition to the diagnosis. The course replaces panic with Plan and strategy.
Understand brain development Neurodiversity and child's behaviour. Escalate and facilitate diagnosis
Classroom environmental modification, strategies based on Diagnosis, Needs, Weakness and Strengths
The essential 'do's and don’ts' based on the evidence. Early escalation to specialist. Parental support.
A fantastic clear, simple course that explains vocabulary and terms used. The videos within it are superb.Becky Prior, Cornwall Council, Early intervention for Autsim team