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At BICP, we understand that families with children with neurodiversity including ADHD and Autism can require specialised support in managing symptoms.

 

To help families navigate this complex area, we are offering a series of free to attend workshops looking at a range of different areas of neurodiversity, including behaviour management, sleep and neurodiversity in girls.

Full details of these courses will be announced in time. Please sign up to our mailing list at the bottom of the page to be notified of upcoming courses

What is ADHD?

Dr Richard Lee-Kelland

DATE: TBA

In this workshop we discuss what ADHD is and what features children with ADHD commonly display. We talk about how a child is assessed for ADHD and what treatments and support are avalible. 

How to support neurodiverse children in school

DATE: TBA

In this workshop we discuss the bests ways to help support a child with neurodiversity in a school system, including strategies for the classroom and in the home. 

Susan Woods

Managing challenging behaviours

DATE: TBA

In this workshop we discuss challenging behaviours, including violent or controlling behaviours  that can be commonly encountered in children with neurodiversity and how to manage these.  

Dr Richard Lee-Kelland

Neurodiversity in girls 

DATE: TBA

In this workshop we discuss neurodiversity, in particular autism in girls and how this may present differently to autism in boys. 

Laura Pearce

Anxiety in children with neurodiversity

DATE: TBA

In this workshop we discuss how to recognise when anxiety may be an issue for a child with neurodiversity, including autism or ADHD and what can be done to support the child. 

Dr Lisa Connell

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