Events

COURSES & WORKSHOPS
2018

 

To book a place on the courses below please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

12th, 19th & 26th September

 NAS Understanding Autism Course
Venue: Yew Tree Children’s Centre,
Berryford Road, L12 4ED
12pm – 2pm

This course is delivered over three x 2 hour sessions and provides parents and carers with an opportunity to discuss the road to diagnosis as well as providing an introduction to autism , communication and sensory needs.

The aims of the course are to gain a better understanding of how autism affects your child. To gain information to support you and your child and to share experiences, strategies and approaches.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

17th &24th September

NAS Sensory Needs Course
Venue: Charlie’s Way, Southport Community Centre,
Norwood Road, PR8 6HQ
10.30-1.30pm

This course is an introduction to sensory needs and is recommended to those who have no or a limited knowledge of sensory difficulties. The course will be delivered over two x 3-hour sessions.

This course aims to gives parents and carers an introduction to the sensory systems and sensory processing. It explores the potential differences in sensory processing that might be experienced by children.

The aims of the course are to provide parents and carers with a better understanding of sensory processing. To explore how sensory differences may affect your child and to share strategies and approaches to help your child’s sensory needs.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

18th & 25th September

NAS Sensory Needs Course

Venue: Thornton Children’s Centre, Stannyfield Drive, Thornton, L23 4TF
10.30-1.30pm

This course is an introduction to sensory needs and is recommended to those who have no or a limited knowledge of sensory difficulties. The course will be delivered over two x 3-hour sessions.

This course aims to gives parents and carers an introduction to the sensory systems and sensory processing. It explores the potential differences in sensory processing that might be experienced by children.

The aims of the course are to provide parents and carers with a better understanding of sensory processing. To explore how sensory differences may affect your child and to share strategies and approaches to help your child’s sensory needs.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

29.9.18

Combined Sensory Processing Difficulties and Sensory Strategies Course

Venue: LivPac, DCLP, 5 Shelmore Drive, L8 4YL
10am – 3pm

The aim of the course is to provide attendees with an introduction to sensory processing disorder (SPD). Through interactive and visual learning sessions attendees will get the opportunity to reflect upon the everyday challenges that children and young people with SPD encounter and identify some of the behaviours the children may present with.

We will also explore in more detail practical support strategies to support children and young people with sensory processing difficulties.
Attendees will complete work sheets encouraging the them to think about sensory activities and a framework that may support their child with their sensory needs. On completing the course attendees using the worksheet will identify some of the child’s sensory seeking/ avoiding behaviours and strategies and activities that may support the child within home, education and community settings.

This course is being delivered in association with Liverpool Parent Carer Forum. For more information and enquiries contact info@theisabellatrust.org

 

3rd, 10th & 17th October

NAS Sensory Needs Course
Venue: Yew Tree Children’s Centre,
Berryford Road, L12 4ED
12pm – 2pm

This course is an introduction to sensory needs and is recommended to those who have no or a limited knowledge of sensory difficulties. The course will be delivered over three x 2-hour sessions.

This course aims to gives parents and carers an introduction to the sensory systems and sensory processing. It explores the potential differences in sensory processing that might be experienced by children.

The aims of the course are to provide parents and carers with a better understanding of sensory processing. To explore how sensory differences may affect your child and to share strategies and approaches to help your child’s sensory needs.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

5th, 12th & 19th October

NAS Understanding Autism Course
Venue: LivPac, DCLP, 5 Shelmore Drive, L8 4YL
10am – 12pm

This course is delivered over three x 2 hour sessions and provides parents and carers with an opportunity to discuss the road to diagnosis as well as providing an introduction to autism , communication and sensory needs.

The aims of the course are to gain a better understanding of how autism affects your child. To gain information to support you and your child and to share experiences, strategies and approaches.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

8th & 15th October

NAS Understanding Autism Course

Venue: Charlie’s Way, Southport Community Centre, Norwood Road, PR8 6HQ
10.30-1.30pm

This course is delivered over two x 3 hour sessions and provides parents and carers with an opportunity to discuss the road to diagnosis as well as providing an introduction to autism , communication and sensory needs.

The aims of the course are to gain a better understanding of how autism affects your child. To gain information to support you and your child and to share experiences, strategies and approaches.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

9th & 16th October

NAS Understanding Autism Course

Venue: Thornton Children’s Centre, Stannyfield Drive, Thornton, L23 4TF
10.30-1.30pm

This course is delivered over two x 3 hour sessions and provides parents and carers with an opportunity to discuss the road to diagnosis as well as providing an introduction to autism , communication and sensory needs.

The aims of the course are to gain a better understanding of how autism affects your child. To gain information to support you and your child and to share experiences, strategies and approaches.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

11th & 18th October
Pathological Demand Avoidance 2 day Course
Venue: Liverpool – Hop Skip & Jump Liverpool, St. Martins Vicarage, Peatwood Avenue, Kirkby,
10am – 2.00pm

This course is delivered over two 4 hour sessions.  The aim of the course is to provide attendees with an understanding of pathological demand disorder (PDA), some of the behaviours children with PDA may display and strategies that may support them. Through interactive learning sessions attendees will get the opportunity to experience and reflect upon the everyday challenges that children and young people with PDA encounter. Further to this, practical support strategies will be explored.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org

 

 

29th October – 10th December 18   THIS COURSE IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

Elklan Lets Talk Together Communication Course

Venue: Ernest Cookson School, 54 Bankfield Road, L13 0BQ

10am -12.30pm weekly from 29.10.18 until 10.12.18

This course is delivered over seven sessions starting 10am on 29th October 2018 until 10th December 2018. Each session is 2.5 hours long.

The course is for parent’s, carers and school-based practitioners wanting some key skills and knowledge in developing the communication skills of children with social communication needs including Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC).

The aims of the course are to share information about normal speech and language development and how children with social communication needs develop their communication skills.

To know about the different communication challenges these children have to deal with.

To discuss ideas and learn practical strategies to help them learn to listen, understand, talk and interact.

There also is an additional option to complete an accreditation for this course .  On completion you will receive a certificate for the Let’s Talk Together course accredited by an externally quality assured and Ofqual regulated national Awarding Organisation. The accreditation gained will be 3 credits at level 1. This could help you with employment opportunities. You will be given support and encouragement to achieve this goal.

Please note that the accreditation is optional for parent/ carers.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

30th October & 6th November

NAS Sensory Needs Course

Venue: Everton Children’s Centre, Spencer Street, Liverpool L6 2WF
10.00-1.00pm

This course is an introduction to sensory needs and is recommended to those who have no or a limited knowledge of sensory difficulties. The course will be delivered over two x 3-hour sessions.

This course aims to gives parents and carers an introduction to the sensory systems and sensory processing. It explores the potential differences in sensory processing that might be experienced by children.

The aims of the course are to provide parents and carers with a better understanding of sensory processing. To explore how sensory differences may affect your child and to share strategies and approaches to help your child’s sensory needs.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

1st November – 13th December 18

Elklan Lets Talk Together Communication Course
Venue: Granby Childrens Centre, Eversley Street, L8 2TU
10am -12.30pm weekly from 1.11.18 until 13.12.18

This course is delivered over seven sessions starting 10am on 29th October 2018 until 10th December 2018. Each session is 2.5 hours long.

The course is for parent’s, carers and school-based practitioners wanting some key skills and knowledge in developing the communication skills of children with social communication needs including Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC).

The aims of the course are to share information about normal speech and language development and how children with social communication needs develop their communication skills.

To know about the different communication challenges these children have to deal with.

To discuss ideas and learn practical strategies to help them learn to listen, understand, talk and interact.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

7th & 14th November

NAS Understanding Autism Course
Venue: Hop Skip & Jump Liverpool, St. Martin S Vicarage, Peatwood Avenue, Kirkby,
10.30-1.30pm

This course is delivered over two x 3 hour sessions and provides parents and carers with an opportunity to discuss the road to diagnosis as well as providing an introduction to autism , communication and sensory needs.

The aims of the course are to gain a better understanding of how autism affects your child. To gain information to support you and your child and to share experiences, strategies and approaches.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

13th, 20th & 27th November

NAS Sensory Needs Course
Venue: LivPac, DCLP, 5 Shelmore Drive, L8 4YL
12.30 – 2.30pm

This course has been organised by Liverpool Parent Carer Forum (LivPac)

This course is an introduction to sensory needs and is recommended to those who have no or a limited knowledge of sensory difficulties. The course will be delivered over three x 2-hour sessions.

This course aims to gives parents and carers an introduction to the sensory systems and sensory processing. It explores the potential differences in sensory processing that might be experienced by children.

The aims of the course are to provide parents and carers with a better understanding of sensory processing. To explore how sensory differences may affect your child and to share strategies and approaches to help your child’s sensory needs.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

21st & 28th November

NAS Sensory Needs Course
Venue: Hop Skip & Jump Liverpool, St. Martin S Vicarage, Peatwood Avenue, Kirkby,
10.30-1.30pm

This course is an introduction to sensory needs and is recommended to those who have no or a limited knowledge of sensory difficulties. The course will be delivered over three x 2-hour sessions.

This course aims to gives parents and carers an introduction to the sensory systems and sensory processing. It explores the potential differences in sensory processing that might be experienced by children.

The aims of the course are to provide parents and carers with a better understanding of sensory processing. To explore how sensory differences may affect your child and to share strategies and approaches to help your child’s sensory needs.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

4th & 11th December

Pathological Demand Avoidance 2 day Course
Venue: Liverpool – Hop Skip & Jump Liverpool, St. Martins Vicarage, Peatwood Avenue, Kirkby,
10am – 2.00pm

This course is delivered over two 4 hour sessions. The aim of the course is to provide attendees with an understanding of pathological demand disorder (PDA), some of the behaviours children with PDA may display and strategies that may support them. Through interactive learning sessions attendees will get the opportunity to experience and reflect upon the everyday challenges that children and young people with PDA encounter. Further to this, practical support strategies will be explored.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

7.2.19

MAKATON
10.30-12pm
Granby Children’s Centre
Eversley Street
Liverpool
L8 2TU

This is a 1.5 hour Makaton session.
This session gives a brief introduction to Makaton signs and symbols and you learn 30 signs/symbols and practise using them to underpin spoken language.
Participants receive a copy of the signs/symbols and a certificate from the Makaton.

To book a place on this course please contact us on info@theisabellatrust.org.

 

 

 

ADDITIONAL DATES AND COURSES TO BE ADDED SOON.

For further information please contact us on
info@theisabellatrust.org

 

 

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