3: 15th May – Effective Transition

Description

Welcome to What does Effective Transition Look Like Training

The statistics for children unable to attend school between 2021 and 2022 was 1.6 million.

Mix into that statistic, the new policies being written by local health boards to prevent autism assessments being processed unless the child is ‘in crisis’.

Then, add into that the implications of not receiving a diagnosis because the child isn’t ‘at crisis – for the acceptance of DLA, PIP, and EHCPs … children will be the ones that suffer.

This, is a result of Government restrictions and we as parents and professionals – need to pull together to ensure these cuts don’t impact on a child’s education.

SourcesGovernment StatisticsBristol Autism Diagnosis

What will this Training Achieve?

This training will look at the research of what a successful transition looks like, for the most vulnerable and at risk individuals. It will provide a systematic approach of putting things in place early on, so that these children have the best chance of being successful in secondary school.

Training Information:  This is a Live + Recorded Training Session

Objectives

Learning Objectives:

  • Awareness of research of what successful transition looks like
  • Review the evidence to identify what works
  • Practicalities for parents in supporting their child, based on this evidence
  • Practicalities for schools based on this evidence

Resources Included

Resources included in this training:

  • Pupil Voice
  • Let’s Talk about Secondary

Google Reviews

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Pauline Delaney
Pauline Delaney
I always enjoy zoom sessions with Tracy and her guest speakers; they're always informative without being preachy and are completely non-judgemental. She has such insight and empathy as to the needs of the children - and adults - that we're trying to help and a huge part of this is questioning what 'help' is needed in the first place, and how this can be delivered in a meaningful and non-damaging way.
Ailsa Boot
Ailsa Boot
Running a Lego-Based Therapy Intervention training was excellent. So much great advice and the ability to ask questions live and receive detailed helpful answers. Brilliant for practitioners starting out and wondering where to begin - lots of links to support resources as well. Highly recommended!
Mikylla Elshof
Mikylla Elshof
Tracy is incredibly passionate about her work and this showed through the live Lego Therapy intervention training and help and support both before and after the live session. I found the intervention training really useful and can apply it straight to my setting. I won't hesitate to do further training with her.
Kathleen Maloney
Kathleen Maloney
I felt the training was a good intro to Lego Therapy. I would have liked more examples of what an actual session would look like.
Aimee Honeywell
Aimee Honeywell
very informative and enthusiastic. excellent resources
maria scali
maria scali
*loved this course, it was so easy to follow and the presentation was fantastic
Senco Gurukula
Senco Gurukula
Very helpful and informative.
Emily Waller
Emily Waller
Great course on Lego therapy intervention, I particularly liked how this can support objectives within an EHCP, highly recommend.
Amy Winter
Amy Winter
Fantastic Lego Intervention training delivered by Tracy. Very informative and enjoyable.
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