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Social Intervention Skills What’s Happened with Angharad Welch

by | Feb 23, 2024

Social Intervention Skills What’s Happened with Angharad Welch

by | Feb 23, 2024

In a world that’s rapidly redefining the parameters of disability and neurodiversity, it’s crucial that our approaches to social communication and self-regulation evolve accordingly. Our understanding of neurodiversity not only enriches our perspectives but also necessitates innovative intervention strategies that acknowledge and embrace the unique challenges and strengths of neurodivergent individuals.

This webinar, recorded on 22nd Feb 2024, serves as a pivotal round-up of the current context on neurodiversity intervention strategies. It aims to equip SENCOs, educators, and therapists with the latest insights and a dynamic model to organize and apply effective interventions.

Our esteemed presenter is a seasoned Speech and Language Therapist who specializes in transforming reactive responses to social communication needs into proactive, structured systems. Their work, crucial in supporting SENCOs, is guided by a commitment to a system that’s not just applicable but also sustainable in the long term.

As the dialogue around neurodiversity shifts from one of deficit to diversity, our methodologies must follow suit. This session introduces participants to a contemporary approach to intervention, which places the individual at the center of the process. We delve into the intricacies of social communication nuances and the multifaceted nature of self-regulation, proposing strategies that are informed, inclusive, and thoroughly up-to-date.

Participants will leave with a clear understanding of how to implement these neurodiversity intervention strategies within their settings. They will also be encouraged to view neurodiversity through a lens of opportunity and capability, fostering environments where every individual is empowered to communicate effectively and regulate their emotions and behaviors in a way that resonates with their personal experiences and needs.

This session is not just about learning new strategies; it’s about shifting paradigms and embracing the rich tapestry of human cognition and interaction. Join us as we navigate this essential and transformative journey in the field of neurodiversity.

Presenter Bio:

Speech and Language Therapist working with SENCOs who are fed up with responding reactively to their SLCN, and want a system they can stick to

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