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ONLINE ADHD AWARENESS
Apr 16 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm£15.00
THIS WORKSHOP WILL BE HOSTED ON ZOOM AND A LINK WILL BE PROVIDED PRIOR TO THE EVENT.
The aim of this two hour training session for teachers and parents is to raise awareness of the key symptoms and related issues of ADHD. The session considers the impact ADHD can have on both individuals with the condition and on people around them and the challenges this can bring. We shall also introduce strategies to support young people to manage their behaviour.
There will be opportunities for Q & A throughout with handouts providing links and signposting to further information for those that wish to
Your trainer is
Tracy Mapp MSc ABA (Intellectual Developmental Disability) BA (Hons) Fine Art, PGCE, QTLS
Tracy has a comprehensive background in the fields of Behaviour Management, Autism and Precision Teaching with extensive experience working with teenagers and young people. She has taught adults in teacher education and learning support qualifications and has designed and delivered training to education professionals. Tracy has the experience of a decade of work with vulnerable young people, young offenders and adolescents with Special Educational Needs and behaviour that challenge.
As a qualified teacher, Tracy worked for many years within alternative education, both teaching at and managing a SEN Pupil Referral Unit which supported and educated some of the most challenging and disengaged students in Kent, as well as managing a county-wide virtual learning education provision for learners with autism and severe social phobias. She has developed robust systems for tracking the progress of groups of learners from differing starting points and is experienced in assessing learners and establishing baselines with which to develop targets from, in both academic, social skill and emotional wellbeing areas.
More recently, Tracy has worked as a specialist autism lecturer providing 1-1 academic and pastoral support to students including developing desensitisation plans for anxiety and using cognitive behavioural approaches to help build confidence and self esteem. In this role Tracy also advised course lecturers on best practice and provided college-wide training on autism.