Organising the Home – Saturday 25th April
As neurodivergent people, we often use tools and strategies to manage day to day activities, appointments and tasks around the home. This can decrease anxiety and stress, as well as keeping on top of our busy lives.
This workshop offers an opportunity to explore techniques and strategies to support time management, fine motor co-ordination, poor working memory in day to day tasks.
The workshop will be fun and engaging with useful tips and practical advice.
Here are a few links to the products Becki talks about during the webinar:
OXO Good Grips Mango Splitter: https://www.amazon.co.uk/OXO-Good-Grips-Mango-Splitter/dp/B000AREB5S
OXO Good Grips Trigger Ice Cream Scoop: https://www.amazon.co.uk/OXO-Grips-Trigger-Cream-Scoop/dp/B00004OCIW/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=oxo+icecream+scooper&qid=1587895602&s=kitchen&sr=1-2
Wellbeing – Saturday 16th May
Our wellbeing webinar was delivered by The Mind Map https://themindmap.co.uk/ a charity that specialises in childrens and young people’s mental health. The webinar focused on wellbeing and how to look after our mental health whilst social distancing/returning to ‘normal’.
Liz is a BACP registered counsellor with a Masters degree in Child and Adolescent Counselling and Psychotherapy from Cambridge University. Over the past 5 years, she has worked in various school settings within the County, offering school counselling and classroom support similar to that offered by the Mind Map. As well as being the CEO of the Mind Map, Liz runs a small private counselling practice for young people and adults and is the mother of three teenage children.