Strategies and intervention for young people with attachment disorder
4 July @ 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm£20
What to expect on the training
- What is attachment disorder? An overview of how a child might develop an attachment disorder, including: When things go right: adequate parenting/caregiving and securely attached babies and children. When things go wrong: risk hotspots. This is extremely helpful for identification purposes.
- How does attachment disorder present in the primary school aged child: Examples of how children express the effects of insecure attachment
- Differentiation and supporting scaffolding across the curriculum, including strategies to help engage the child’s interest
- Strategies and interventions to simplify tasks, react/respond appropriately to emotional and social situations and finding solutions to deal with difficult emotional and social situations
- Differentiation: Relating to the child, modelling enthusiasm, the language we use.
- Setting appropriately pitched emotional and social tasks and targets
Course outcomes. Each delegate will:
- Learn to identify potential triggers, presentations and possible behaviours associated with attachment disorder
- Create a range of age and level appropriate strategies and interventions to support academic and social and emotional inclusion
- Communicate in an attachment disorder friendly way (including visual)