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Sleep for Parents/Carers of C&YP with Additional Needs – Zoom
Our specialist Sleep Practitioners have all been trained by the Southampton NHS Sleep Service and have professional backgrounds in learning disability nursing, social work and teaching. Most importantly, they are also parent/carers of children and teenagers with additional needs.
The workshop will cover:
- Children’s sleep cycles and sleep needs.
- The reasons behind night settling and night waking.
- Strategies to feel less stressed when sleep training.
- Strategies for settling your child to sleep, and staying asleep.
Date: Friday 2nd July.
Cost: £15 for Berkshire families, £20 for non-Berkshire families. Please note this event is non-refundable.
The workshop will be lead by specialist sleep practitioners Helen Tracey and Helen Cattermole. It will be recorded and available to those booked on request. Participants will gain more from the workshop if they attend the live session.
You will need a Zoom account to access this event. You can sign up here: https://zoom.us/freesignup/
Zoom will ask you to register/sign in so please allow a few minutes for this before the event starts. The event link, ID and password will be in your Eventbrite registration confirmation email. Please check your junk folder! A reminder will be sent on the day of the event.
We will be using the Chat function to allow you to ask questions during the workshop. The workshops are best viewed on a PC or laptop. Please have the latest version of Zoom installed. You can download it here.
- Friday 2 July 2021
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
PSC Online Event, United Kingdom
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