• North Hertfordshire DSPL Area 1 - Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock and Royston

  • North Hertfordshire DSPL Area 1 - Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock and Royston

  • North Hertfordshire DSPL Area 1 - Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock and Royston

  • North Hertfordshire DSPL Area 1 - Hitchin, Letchworth, Baldock and Royston

Professional Training Courses

Professional Training Courses

We run a number of training courses for professionals. Click here to find out more.

Parent and Carer Workshops

Parent and Carer Workshops

Parent and Carer workshops provided by DSPL and other local providers.

Forums

Forums

SENCO, Family Support Worker and Nessie Forums.

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Are you a parent of a young person aged 0 - 25 with SEND?

The Local Offer website lets parents and young people know what special educational needs and disabilities services are available in Hertfordshire and who can access them.

Find out more on their website: http://hertfordshire.gov.uk/localoffer

 

 

Suitable for Parents or Professionals

Delivered by official Signalong registered

Tutor, Vicky Litchfield

An opportunity to learn,

  • how to develop communication skills and the total communication method
  • some basic signs
  • the method of signing which can be applied to other signing systems, such as Makaton, which enables you to learn new signs from the manuals

Cost: £130 per person, including a certificate provided from Signalong, on completion of the course and a Phase 1 Signalong book. (Free to Woolgrove School parents, a book and certificate can be purchased for £30)

Maximum of 12 spaces available.

Where – Woolgrove School.

When - 7 sessions 1pm-2.30pm on Thursdays starting on February 10th until 31st March. (Course will not be on during half term on the 17th February)

OVERVIEW

This online informal forum is aimed at parents and carers who are supporting adolescents with low mood and/or anxiety.

This free workshop is for parents and carers who wish to expand their knowledge and confidence about the conditions, as well as gain tips and advice on how to support their child.

Date: Tuesday 8th February 2022

Time: 1.15 – 2.30pm

For more details, including ho to book, please download the flyer: 

These workshops are designed for parent/carers of children and young people awaiting assessment or displaying traits of ASD and/or ADHD. They are all delivered online via Zoom.

 

Workshop  Date and time
Supporting Siblings of Children with Additional Needs

Tuesday 11th January

1pm-2.30pm

Girls and Women

Tuesday 18th January

7.30 – 9pm

Supporting Siblings of Children with Additional Needs

Tuesday 25th January

1pm – 2.30pm

Bereavement and Loss

Monday 31st January

1pm - 2.30pm

Girls and Women

Wednesday 2nd February

12pm – 1.30pm

Supporting Siblings of Children with Additional Needs

Tuesday 8th February

1pm – 2.30pm

Girls and Women

Wednesday 23rd February

12pm – 1.30pm

Relationship and Sexuality

Tuesday 1st March

1pm – 2.30pm

Supporting Siblings of Children with Additional Needs

Tuesday 8th March

7.30pm – 9pm

Bereavement and Loss

Tuesday 15th March

1pm – 2.30pm

Girls and Women

Wednesday 23rd March

12pm – 1.30pm

Positively Supporting a Child Who Self-Harms

Tuesday 29th March

1pm – 2.30pm

 

These workshops are funded by Hertfordshire County Council and open to parents/carers living in Hertfordshire.  These workshops are funded by Hertfordshire County Council and open to parents/carers living in Hertfordshire.

Places must be booked via the website: www.nessieined.com/events

Facilitated by Lesley & Francine experienced and accredited facilitators with 20+ years of experience supportingnfamilies. Their courses are interactive participatory and supportive and free for parents living across Hertfordshire. They are excellent active listeners and care passionately about supporting. bringing parents together and empowering parents to supporl her children to be their best self.

For more details download the flyers below:

 

Facilitated by Lesley & Francine, experienced and accredited facilitators with 20+ years of experience supporting parents as well as personal experience of living in neurodiverse families. They are excellent active listeners and care passionataly about bringing parents caring for children with Autism, ADHD and neurodevelopmental conditions and needs together and empowering parents to support their children to ba their best self. There courses are interactive, participatory and supportive.

Download details of courses below:

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