Webinar Series Wrap Up, Q&A: via Hull Parent Carer Forum

May 216:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Webinar Series Wrap Up, Q&A: via Hull Parent Carer Forum

A live webinar series for parents and carers to feel more confident in supporting their young person’s sleep, toileting, eating and overall well-being.

The Autism Show: Supporting Wellness via a Low Demand Strategy

May 2511:50 AM - 12:30 PM

The Autism Show: Supporting Wellness via a Low Demand Strategy

In Person Conference, The Autism Show Manchester 

Saturday May 25th

Supporting Wellness via a Low Demand Strategy: 11.50 am – 12.30 pm

 

 

Let's Chat Puberty: via The Dixon Community

Jun 036:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Let’s Chat Puberty: via The Dixon Community

An online, Zoom webinar hosted by The Dixon Community

June 3rd 6.30 – 8.30 PM GMT

Webinar Description:

Puberty presents a transition that is largely out of your young person’s control. It’s a time period of increasing demands, increasing hygiene needs, relationships changes and body changes. What a steep learning curve for our young people! This workshop will look at ways to provide your young person with control and information. Importantly, we will go through lots and lots of sign posting and product recommendations.

Understanding Distress Behaviours & Rethinking Consequences: via Surrey Heath Community Providers

Jun 046:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Understanding Distress Behaviours & Rethinking Consequences: via Surrey Heath Community Providers

An online Zoom webinar via Surrey Heath Community Providers

June 4th, 6 pm – 7 pm GMT

Webinar Description:

This workshop will first look at challenging behaviours and reframe these to distress behaviours. From there, we can clarify why these distress behaviours are happening and review examples of each. Importantly, we will learn the foundations of supporting someone in distress and boundary setting that work best for neurodivergent young people. While doing this, we will start thinking about traditional parenting advice and how we might need to rethink consequences in order to build a young person’s sense of safety, trust and overall well-being.

 

Autistic Revolution Community Event: Somatic & Mindfulness Time

Jun 047:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Autistic Revolution Community Event: Somatic & Mindfulness Time

A free community event guided by Courtney Freedman-Thompson of Chameleon Coaching to help us relax and unwind.

PDA Autistics: via Little Hiccups

Jun 0510:00 AM - 12:00 PM

PDA Autistics: via Little Hiccups

An in-person workshop hosted by Little Hiccups charity

June 5th, 10 am – 12 pm GMT

This workshop is being taught by an identifying PDA Autistic and therefore will be taught from an identity-positive framework. Come along to learn more about demand avoidance and also additional traits of PDAers. This knowledge will provide clarity on why distressing behaviours may be occurring and also guidance on how to support your PDA young person. We will round out our time together by learning some of the communication strategies that help build collaboration and teamwork with PDAers.

Please reserve your space on the Little Hiccups webpage after registering

The Autism Show, London: Supporting Wellbeing via a Low Demand Strategy

Jun 1511:40 AM - 12:20 PM

The Autism Show, London: Supporting Wellbeing via a Low Demand Strategy

In Person Conference, The Autism Show London 

Saturday June 15th

Supporting Wellness via a Low Demand Strategy: 11.40 am – 12.20 pm

Supporting Your Young Person with Food & Eating: via The Community Dixon

Jun 196:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Supporting Your Young Person with Food & Eating: via The Community Dixon

An online, Zoom webinar hosted by The Dixon Community

June 19th 6.30 – 8.30 PM GMT

Webinar Description:

Supporting Your Young Person with Food & Eating: ‘Eat this…eat during these hours…eat these kinds of foods…they should be eating here…definitely don’t let them eat like that…’ There is so much information and social media influence telling us how we and our kids should be eating. But what really are the priorities here? How can the priorities be different for Autistic and Neurodivergent young people? How does my decision making in this moment affect the next food opportunity for this young person?

This webinar will aim to clarify common neurodivergent traits that impact food and eating choices so that you can support your young person’s eating in a way that validates their needs. Our foundations of care will be to help remove anxiety and power struggles associated with eating and meal times in order to improve your and your young person’s mental health. This way we can increase your young person’s sense of trust around food and begin building long-term self-care skills.

PDA Autistics (online): via Little Hiccups

Jun 2110:00 AM - 12:00 PM

PDA Autistics (online): via Little Hiccups

An online, via Zoom workshop hosted by Little Hiccups charity

June 21st, 10 am – 12 pm GMT

This workshop is being taught by an identifying PDA Autistic and therefore will be taught from an identity-positive framework. Come along to learn more about demand avoidance and also additional traits of PDAers. This knowledge will provide clarity on why distressing behaviours may be occurring and also guidance on how to support your PDA young person. We will round out our time together by learning some of the communication strategies that help build collaboration and teamwork with PDAers.

Please reserve your space on the Little Hiccups webpage after registering

Let's Chat Puberty: via Kirklees Fostering Network

Jun 2410:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Let’s Chat Puberty: via Kirklees Fostering Network

An in-person workshop via Kirklees Fostering Network

June 24th, 10 am -12 pm GMT

Webinar Description:

Puberty presents a transition that is largely out of your young person’s control. It’s a time period of increasing demands, increasing hygiene needs, relationships changes and body changes. What a steep learning curve for our young people! This workshop will look at ways to provide your young person with control and information. Importantly, we will go through lots and lots of sign posting and product recommendations.

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