This session is aimed at a universal audience and covers assessments used to measure a child’s development across a range of abilities, including language, intelligence, and practical skills. The session highlights the importance of considering a child’s developmental progress and when to refer on for further investigation of their needs.
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This session is aimed at more experienced/specialist users and gives an overview of how to shift the focus of conduct disorders from the young person alone to include the wider context of the family and other systems. The implications for the perception and management of problems is discussed. Reframing is discussed as a key intervention in changing understanding of the problem.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and covers child eating behaviours and child obesity.
This session gives an overview of the main aspects of how language typically develops in children. It covers the growth of their vocabulary and their developing understanding and use of grammar.
This session is about the course of typical language development from birth to about 1 year of age.
This session describes the process through which children gain continence. In addition this session also covers the recognition and management of common problems.
This session is aimed at a universal audience and covers recognising tics and related behaviours in children.
This session is aimed at more experienced users and will help practitioners recognise the importance of the therapeutic relationship and how it can be developed and maintained.
As healthcare practitioners we often feel we know what infants and young children should be eating, but the families we work with can experience barriers in putting this information into practice. In our day-to-day practice, we need to consider the social aspects of food and the effect that our environment has on our food choices.