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ADHD, autism and attachment in early years


26/09/2019 09:30






About this event.

This training will equip you with the knowledge and skills to effectively support the needs of young children with ADHD, autism and/or attachment difficulties. Particular focus will be paid to the symptom overlap, how we identify the conditions and how we support children in early intervention.

Key learning:

  • Recognising the symptoms of ADHD, autism and attachment difficulties
  • Supporting practitioners to identify the symptom overlap and provide appropriate intervention
  • Understanding the conditions and their impact on learning and development in the early years
  • Observational tools to support early identification and intervention
  • Practical strategies to support learning and development.

Facilitator bio

Emma has worked at the ADHD Foundation since 2016 following a career working in family support and education services.

Her role at the foundation enables her to work alongside professionals supporting children aged 7 and under with potential neurodevelopmental conditions. Combined with this, she provides support to families and works therapeutically with children. She has a real passion for early identification and intervention for children with neurodevelopmental disorders as she feels it’s vital for future development and understanding.

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