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Wednesday, 5 June 2019
Worthing

Understanding Behaviour of Concern

This course will help parents and carers to understand the reasons their child becomes angry and displays behaviours of concern such as meltdowns and outbursts which might include verbally and physically aggressive behaviour. Strategies will be shared and you will be signposted to local and national support and further information. Places can be booked through Eventbrite by following this link:-

Thursday, 6 June 2019
Littlehampton

Umbrellas (Littlehampton)

A support group for parent and carers of children and young people with any additional needs or a disability (your child does not need a diagnosis to come along). Children are welcome to come along but parents and carers remain responsible for their children at all times.

Monday, 10 June 2019
Chichester

Developing Resilience Workshop

This is a FREE workshop for parents and carers of children & young people with additional needs and disabilities.
We discuss and share effective strategies for Developing Resilience, learn together and support each other. You don't need to be a member of PACSO to attend. Parents, carers and professionals welcome. Booking NOT required - just turn up! Please SHARE with anyone that

Tuesday, 11 June 2019
Worthing

Autism and Girls

This is a 2 hour workshop for parents, carers and family members of children and young people in West Sussex. This session is delivered by a trainer with autism who is able to give a first person perspective of what it is like to be autistic and female. By the end of this workshop students will be able to; · Describe how girls on the Autistic Spectrum present differently to boys. · Understand

Tuesday, 11 June 2019
Haywards Heath

'Pop Up Surgery' First drink on us!

Coffee, Cake, Information and Networking Events are being run throughout the County this year so following on from these events we will be running a Pop Up Surgery. A number of our team will be present between 10-12 to help parent carers navigate some of the hurdles that we all come across. Our team have a breadth of knowledge and will be able to signpost you to what is helpful in your situation

Tuesday, 11 June 2019
Chichester

BRASS Chichester Parent Support Group

B.R.A.S.S. welcomes you to our Chichester parent support group offering emotional support and friendship to parents of children with special educational needs whether they have a diagnosis or not. We can help with advice and signposting, offer a friendly ear and a chance to meet other parents in similar situations. You do not have to bring a child to attend this event but is safe to stay and

Tuesday, 11 June 2019
Crawley

ADHD Peer To Peer Support Circle

A free, relaxed, informal drop in support circle to chat to other parent carers and professionals on any topic surrounding ADHD. To gain support, understanding and have your questions answered. We often have professional guests delivering valuable learning on a related ADHD element. We also plan end of term social events/days out. Tea, coffee and biscuits are always available free of charge as

Wednesday, 12 June 2019
Worthing

Umbrellas (Worthing)

A support group for parent and carers of children and young people with any additional needs or a disability (your child does not need a diagnosis to come along). Children are welcome to come along but parents and carers remain responsible for their children at all times.

Thursday, 13 June 2019
Burgess Hill

Understanding School SEND Support, Statutory Assessment and Education Health and Care Plans (EHCPs)

Many children have additional needs or take a little bit longer to grasp specific concepts than others. Most children are helped by good quality teaching and continue to learn at age and stage appropriate pace. If your child is really struggling and seems to find learning significantly more difficult than others or their verbal and written achievements are very disparate, they may have special e

Thursday, 13 June 2019
Shoreham

Managing Transitions

This course offers the opportunity to think about the needs of children and young people in transition from either nursery to primary school or primary to secondary schools. Its a chance to explore what might be considered normal responses to transitions or distress, and strategies to support children and young peoples own experience. You will also be able to consider when that distress might re