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While autistic individuals' experiences vary, some may find social communication challenging. Claire Montague looks at how social stories and comic strip conversations can support them through e.g. developing an understanding of social norms.
GMLPN community: This session explores how models of delivery can be shaped and differentiated to minimise the impact of a pandemic on the students' progress and success.
Health and care workers can often be exposed to challenging behaviour and even violence. Ruth McGuire explores how staff can support patients/service users in navigating their own behaviour with healthy rapport and de-escalation techniques.
Currently in the UK, a medical diagnostic label must be obtained before an Education Health and Care Plan can be created for a child. Christine Bennett analyses the ICD system to help caregivers understand the pros and cons of diagnostic labelling.
GMLPN community: This webinar explores approaches that promote connection, interaction, and engagement via peer networks during holiday periods.
9-15 May is Mental Health Awareness Week and this year the theme is centred around loneliness. Ruth McGuire looks at the correlation between mental health and loneliness and explains how we can reduce barriers to loneliness with positive behaviours.