Thursday 2nd August 2018 9:30-2:30

Decoding behaviour 101

For parents and f/t carers (kin, kith, foster and adopted)

Covering the whys, how and what to dos of responding effectively when your child or young person has challenging and complex behaviours.

In the morning, an insightful presentation by psychologist Darren Gannon who with 25 years’ experience in disability, specialist case management and mental health provides the whys of understanding and insight into the complexities of arousal, meltdown, regulation and containment.

In the afternoon behaviour therapist, Bobbi Cook who with 30 years’ experience working with families with complex needs will facilitate a practical workshop sharing the how’s and what’s of successful behaviour management and modification.

Materials presented will be relevant for children and young people of all ages and will be general in nature and applicable to all disabilities including: ADHD, ADD, ASD, Autism, Asperger’s, High and Low Functioning Autism, AS, Anxiety, ODD, Downs Syndrome, CP, TS, Verbal and Nonverbal, and other complex chromosome disorders.

Funding maybe accessed via NDIS plan if training is in your capacity building daily living or relationships section or if NDIS not available self funded works too.

 

 Thurs 2nd August 2018

9:30-2:30 $175pp

Delivered by NDIS registered providers. Ring to request a service agreement to access capacity building daily living or relationships funding

Practical insights and understanding

Specifically designed for parents and carers

Ballarat Golf Club

1800 Sturt St, Alfredton

Fully Catered

$175pp

Enquires to Alisha 53090495
download registration form and service agreement from
www.bcbm.com.au email
reception@bcbm.com.au

5309 0495

bobbi@bcbm.com.au

 

Wednesday, 29th August 2018 9:30-2:30

Decoding Behaviour 101

For parents and f/t carers (kin, kith, foster and adopted) and all professionals and support workers

Covering the whys, how and what to dos of responding effectively when your child or young person has challenging and complex behaviours.

In the morning, an insightful presentation by psychologist Darren Gannon who with 2 years’ experience in disability, specialist case management and mental health provides the whys of understanding and insight into the complexities of arousal, meltdown, regulation and containment.

In the afternoon behaviour therapist, Bobbi Cook who with 30 years’ experience working with families with complex needs will facilitate a practical workshop sharing the how’s and what’s of successful behaviour management and modification.

Materials presented will be relevant for children and young people of all ages and will be general in nature and applicable to all disabilities including: ADHD, ADD, ASD, Autism, Asperger’s, High and Low Functioning Autism, AS, Anxiety, ODD, Downs Syndrome, CP, TS, Verbal and Nonverbal, and other complex chromosome disorders.

Funding maybe accessed via NDIS plan if training is in your capacity building daily living or relationships section or if NDIS not available self funded works too.

Wednesday 29th August 2018

9:30-2:30

$175pp

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Delivered by NDIS registered providers. Ring to request a service agreement to access capacity building daily living or relationships funding

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Practical insights and understanding

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Specifically designed for parents and carers

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Maryborough Highland Society

35 High St Maryborough

$175pp


Enquires to Alisha 5309 0495

 

 


Training can be provided for parents in individual or group settings on any topic related to behaviour. There is always an element of training in one on one sessions and training in specific areas is offered if required.

 

Bobbi is available to speak to groups of parents at child care centres, schools, playgroups, at confernces, AGMs or at day programs. Recent topics have included:

 

  • Autism and anxiety
  • How to manage the 'normal' and 'not so normal' behaviour of 0-5 year olds
  • Managing the behaviour of children with special needs
  • How to know if you are getting it right as a parent? 
  • Self care for Kinship carers