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A Webinar with Professor Barry Carpenter: From Reconnection to Resilience ; the Recovery Curriculum in Action.
This webinar, recently launched by the Youth Sports Trust, updates recent activity and developments around the Recovery Curriculum.
There is much debate around how the Care sector has handled their response to the coronavirus pandemic.
In this article, Ruth Smith, CEO, Active Care Group, describes the creative and careful approach taken in her organisation , particularly in supporting clients with Acquired Brain Injury, staff, and families.
These guides have been designed to help practitioners to use the materials in the BBW series, that deal with so many emotional issues, to use the books quickly, purposefully and effectively.
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The prolific Dr Tina Rae, is offering series of Coffee Time chats on youtube. This second in her series covers the really important issue of Anxiety, which will be a major emotional well being factor for many children, during and post pandemic.
The are easy to listen too, packed with information, and refreshingly practical. Highly recommended.
“As part of our commitment to supporting positive mental health, I will be releasing weekly social media videos with practical tips on how individuals can implement the 5 Ways to Well-being at Home”.
2. Be Active
3. Take Notice
“This video introduces ways for parents and carers to manage media coverage of traumatic events, and talk to their children about their worries and fears”
More from Emerging Minds Australia here: https://emergingminds.com.au/
This account from BBC news gives some useful facts and ideas for self regulation, which would be useful for schools to share with students .
Stay strong, stay well, stay connected.
On 2nd April, to a packed audience this groundbreaking new book was launched in London. The pages of the book came to life with workshops from each of the contributors, gathered together in the photograph below.
Sheila, the Baroness Hollins, welcomed the book, saying it held promise and opportunity for so many girls and their families.
Girls from Limpsfield Grange School spoke of their experiences of the education system.
The Hollyoaks actress, Talia Grant, and Drama and Art student Grace Dolan , both talked openly of their struggles with mental health, and the lack of acknowledgement of their female presentation of Autism. Both were accompanied to the stage by their Mothers, Carrie Grant ( Broadcaster and Vocal Coach), and Sophie Walker, (Co Founder of the Women’s Equality Party)
From London the book will travel over the coming months for Launch Events in Belfast, Oslo, Barcelona, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Auckland , New Zealand, New York and Dubai.
You can purchase the book via Routledge, the publishers website.