Making Sense of Anxiety in Children (Primary age)
What is the event?
This is a workshop for parents and carers of primary-age children with additional needs and/or disabilities in West Sussex.
Learning how to manage our feelings is an important life skill. While all children feel anxious sometimes, being worried, fearful or stressed too often can negatively affect their development. This session will provide an introduction to understanding anxiety in primary aged children; ways to support them if they are worrying too much; and tips for looking after yourself along the way.
After booking - Once you have booked a place you will receive an email confirmation from Eventbrite. Prior to the workshop you will receive a Zoom code to access the session. You will need to download Zoom in advance but you don’t need to set up an account if you don’t wish to. Zoom can be used on PC’s/Laptops and mobile devices such as iPad, phones and tablets. If you have any questions, please get in touch and we will happily talk you through setting this up if required.
Please note this workshop is funded by Reaching Families for parents and carers of children with special educational needs and/or disabilities in West Sussex only. It is not suitable for professionals.
To book your free place, please go to: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/making-sense-of-anxiety-in-children-primary-age-tickets-722152466467?aff=oddtdtcreator
If workshop is full - places can become available and we are very proactive at ensuring all places are taken on our workshops. In order to join the waitlist, please open Eventbrite via an internet browser, rather than using the Eventbrite app, in order to book yourself onto the waitlist.