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About Us

St Werburghs Development Centre, Boswell Avenue, Warrington, Cheshire, WA4 6DQ.
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Upcoming Training & Events

21
21 Apr
Solihull Training - 12 week course (Foster Carers)
Learning outcomes of the course: - Increasing confidence in observing and understanding their foster child's communication, relationships, development and behaviour - Promoting understanding of the impact of early experience on how the foster child relates - Helping foster carers enhance their skills and promote resilience in foster children - Promoting reflective, sensitive and effective foster caring - Developing a framework of thinking to promote effective use of behaviour management
28
28 Apr
Solihull Training - 12 week course (Foster Carers)
Learning outcomes of the course: - Increasing confidence in observing and understanding their foster child's communication, relationships, development and behaviour - Promoting understanding of the impact of early experience on how the foster child relates - Helping foster carers enhance their skills and promote resilience in foster children - Promoting reflective, sensitive and effective foster caring - Developing a framework of thinking to promote effective use of behaviour management
29
29 Apr
Neurodevelopmental Conditions and Challenging Behaviour
Half day’s training for professionals who work with families living with a Neurodevelopmental Condition including Autism, ADHD and sensory processing difficulties (SPD) living in Warrington. The course has been developed to provide an introduction to understanding and managing challenging behaviours in children and young people with neurodevelopmental conditions. Certificates of attendance will be issued after the event.
01
01 May
Neurodevelopmental Conditions and Sensory Processing Difficulties
Half days training for professionals who work with families living with children/ young people with a Neurodevelopmental condition and sensory processing difficulties living in Warrington. The course has been developed to provide an introduction to the neurodevelopmental conditions and sensory processing difficulties, for staff working to support children, young people with neurodevelopmental conditions and their families. Certificates of attendance will be issued after the event.
05
05 May
Positive Thoughts
• To identify what stress is and how this can impact us • To examine stress reactions and what triggers affect us • To review options available when seeking to reduce stress and how to look after oneself emotionally and physically • Practise methods of relaxation • To investigate how to keep well and support on-going good emotional and physical health
05
05 May
Solihull Training - 12 week course (Foster Carers)
Learning outcomes of the course: - Increasing confidence in observing and understanding their foster child's communication, relationships, development and behaviour - Promoting understanding of the impact of early experience on how the foster child relates - Helping foster carers enhance their skills and promote resilience in foster children - Promoting reflective, sensitive and effective foster caring - Developing a framework of thinking to promote effective use of behaviour management