Quarriers provide practical care and support for carers across Aberdeenshire – come and hear how they could help you – with speaker Debbie Stopper at 10.30am.
This will be part of our usual support session on Monday 4th December, which runs from 9.30am – 11.30am at Hill of Banchory Community Education Centre in activity room 1. All welcome, SCILL library available and refreshments provided.
‘Understanding our emotions, recognising their influence on us and learning to express them appropriately and accurately are all key to getting along well with others and achieving our goals in life. In this session we will look at the crucial role we can play as parents and carers in helping children to gain these important skills of emotional literacy. We explore ways in which we can encourage children to develop awareness of their emotions and share a recently developed model (Emotion Works) that’s proving helpful in supporting children to navigate their emotional experiences. We’ll take a closer look at emotional reactions and see how a framework for understanding them can also be a great help for us as parents – not only to assist our children but also in helping us to maintain our own balance in the face of very challenging behaviours and circumstances.’
The session will be led by Jill Birch. Jill is a local mum of four children and volunteers at Nature Nurture, an early intervention programme for vulnerable and disadvantaged children based at Camphill, Aberdeen.
This session will be in the community room at the Community Centre within Aboyne Academy, on Thursday 2nd November from 7.00pm – 9.00pm
Craig Henderson from Grampian Autistic Services will talk about ‘Dealing with Difficult Behaviour on the Autistic Spectrum’. This will be part of our Support/Coffee/Library session at the Inverurie Heritage Centre on Weds 1st November 2017. The session will run from 9.30am – 11.30am with the talk from 9.45 – 10.45am.
Free of charge, SCILL library available and refreshments available to buy from the cafe. Please let us know if you plan to come along by emailing: email@example.com
As part of our Banchory Support/Coffee/Library session on Monday 2nd October, Fiona Rennie will be talking about ADHD from 9.30am – 10.30am with the usual support session afterwards until 11.30am.
Come and hear how to deal with difficult behaviour, both at home and out and about. Also strategies that can be linked between school & home – ensuring continuity between the two.