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Tuesday, 5 February 2019
Burgess Hill

Understanding Sensory Profiles - Coastal West Sussex MIND and ASPEN

This is a free half day course for parents and carers who live in West Sussex. Course Overview This workshop will provide an in depth understanding of how sensory processing issues can impact children and young people with ASC and ADHD. The workshop will provide an overview of sensory theory and the importance of considering the sensory needs of an individual. The attendees will also learn pract

Friday, 8 February 2019
Horsham

Understanding Jargon: Looking at ’Reasonable Adjustments’ & other SEND Concepts - COASTAL WEST SUSSEX MIND COMPASS

This is a free half day course for parents and carers in West Sussex. Course Overview Even the most well- meaning of professionals can forget that the language they use is not so familiar to everyone. This will be a flexible question and answer-based session based on the needs of attendees: a chance to ask questions and gain further understanding of the terms used and common processes. There wil

Tuesday, 12 February 2019
Shoreham-by-Sea

Understanding Sexual Abuse - Coastal West Sussex MIND

Eligibility This is a full day course for people working with children and young people in West Sussex. This course is being delivered through a partnership between Coastal West Sussex Mind, Life Centre, West Sussex County Council and West Sussex CCGs. About the course This one-day training course is aimed at CYP practitioners and managers, to assist them to engage effectively with children and

Friday, 15 February 2019
Crawley

Making Sense of ADHD - Coastal West Sussex MIND - Training for Parent Carers

This is a half day course for parents and carers in West Sussex. This course will help parents and carers to understand ADHD and the impact it has on their child's relationships, behaviour and day-to-day life. It explores some basic strategies and will share information on the local resources that could be available to parents, carers, children and young people for support. What will I learn

Sunday, 17 March 2019
Shoreham-by-Sea

Family Fun Day

Save the date - More information on the fun and inclusive activities we will have on offer to follow!

Sunday, 17 March 2019
Shoreham-by-Sea

ExtraTime Family Fun Day

For children and young people with and without disabilities, their families & friends. Fully accessible toilets and changing facilities with a hoist are on site. Free Parking. Download poster (https://westsussex-local-offer.s3.amazonaws.com/public/system/attachments/1137/original/Extratime-FamilyFunDay2018SaveTheDates_Flyer.pdf)

Monday, 18 March 2019
Bognor Regis

Handling Stress and Building Resilience - Coastal West Sussex MIND, training for parent carers

This is a half day course for parents and carers who live in West Sussex. Course Aims This workshop helps parents identify and better under stress and its early warning signs, develop strategies to minimise stress whilst learning how to build and nurture their own resilience. Getting to the Venue By Car Follow the brown signs to the Regis Centre. We are between Belmont Street and the Esplanade,

Friday, 22 March 2019
Chichester

Advancing your Motivational Interviewing - Coastal West Sussex MIND

This is a full day course for people working with children and young people in West Sussex. This course is being delivered through a partnership between Coastal West Sussex Mind, West Sussex County Council and Joint Diversity. Course Aims To provide an overview of the model and re-visit its foundations. This course is aimed at practitioners who have done a basic MI skills training and wish to ex

Wednesday, 10 July 2019
Shirrell Heath

Managing Transitions in Education, Support & Social Care

Transitions are a locus of anxiety for children and young people, especially those facing uncertain futures or those with additional needs. Against the backdrop of funding cuts and the closure of vital services, good transitions for children and young people are needed more than ever, and can make a real difference to outcomes and life prospects for the most vulnerable in society. Our own recent