Supporting bereaved children & young people - Foster Carers only (EVENT FULL)
Grief Encounter is a leading childhood bereavement charity in the UK, supporting children, young people and their families after the death of a parent or sibling.
The bereavement training for Foster Cares will aim to give you an overview of how grief will affect children, young people and their families. The training will provide practical guidance to help professionals understand the emotional and physical response to loss and how best to support them.
Grief Encounter offers a flexible and accessible service, which aims to professionally care and respond to bereaved children, young people and their families via counselling, group activities, family fun days, residential camps and interactive online services and provides best practice Bereavement Support
ADHD and conduct disorders for Foster Carers (EVENT FULL)
Attention Deficit Hyper-activity Disorder is a complex neurobiological condition. ADHD usually diagnosed during childhood, and often persists into adulthood. More than two-thirds of children with ADHD will still have symptoms as teenagers. A further two thirds of these teenagers will still have problems as adults. It has been suggested as many as 3% of over 60s may have ADHD. Conduct disorder refers to a group of behavioural and emotional difficulties in children, young people and adults. This course will help you to recognise symptoms and formulise strategies, treatment options and prognosis.