The Department for Education, in collaboration with NHS England and Public Health England, hosted this free webinar for school and college staff on 9 July on how to support returning pupils and students mental wellbeing. You will hear from experts on the impacts of the pandemic on children and young people’s mental wellbeing and recovery techniques, and from education leaders about the actions they have been taking.
Mental Wealth Festival, London, 2016, featuring Ruby Wax, and Alastair Darling.
This Australian produced video raises some important issues related to the management of people with FASD in the criminal justice system of any Country.
As an Educationalist, the issues raised underscore for me the need for high quality Education for children and young people with FASD, to prevent some of the tragic admissions to the criminal justice system. Many go on to become ‘revolving door prisoners’ with no quality of life.
One day Society will wake up to this ticking time-bomb.
A TEDx talk on FASD by Dr James Fitzpatrick , Perth, Australia.
‘Teachers need the type of information that gives them a sound, solid appreciation of how fetal alcohol spectrum disorder is going to impact on the effectiveness of the child as a learner.’
Professor Barry Carpenter
Pupil Voice in Review Meetings is a really important element. In this clip, taken from the Complex Needs training materials, ( http://www.complexneeds.org.uk), Sophia attends and contributes to her review meeting.
This video shows the lecture Professor Carpenter gave on the Changing Pattern of Childhood Disability and Special Needs, given in September 2013, at the Medical School of Berlin.
I am delighted to be able to share with you the link to a film about Early Childhood Intervention that was shot during the International Early Intervention Conference in St Petersburg, Russia back in July, 2013.