Parentline are hosting two Zoom sessions giving parents an informal opportunity to connect with other parents to share stories and solutions together.
Well done to Jorja McCloskey 9MO who, along with her brother and two other fellow dancers from “Michelle Johnston School of Highland Dance” danced a very special performance at the launch of the “PEACEPLUS programme” for EU & NI Executive representatives.
21st September 2023
The next “Understanding Self Harm” training session will take place on the 21st September from 10.00am -11.45am (10 minute break at 10.50)
Trainer: Conor McCafferty
Target Audience: This training is aimed at parents who have autistic children, as well as professionals who work with families, not people who are self – harming.
The course is also suitable for those who want to improve their knowledge of autism and self-harm.
Description: This workshop examines the behaviour of self-harm and the circumstances that may have started the behaviour. We explore how those situations make the person feel and how the feelings manifest in self-harming behaviour.
Sometimes with autism what is mistaken for self-harm is the person’s attempt to highlight a physical, medical or environmental problem. The workshop explains emotional communication and looks at other possible conditions that the person may be trying to communicate when the carer thinks they are self-harming.
Cost: Free – via zoom.
Please note places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
To register please contact Eileen.email@example.com
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We are delighted to be able to announce, for the second year in a row, a boost in our admissions and enrolment numbers!