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Children in Wales is working with Deryl Dix, to offer an online 8-week mindfulness course, following the ‘Finding Peace in a Frantic world’ curriculum. All participants will also receive a copy of the book written by Mark Williams and Danny Penman to accompany the course.
What do Britain's National Parks mean to most people? In our post-Brexit, post-COVID, nature and climate emergencies era, are there lessons to be learnt and understood from how National Parks are managed and the roles they can play?
Want to understand more about social prescribing? See how other people are doing it? See examples of great social prescribing schemes and be revitalised? This conference will bring together the latest research and developments in social prescribing, unpicking what makes social prescribing work best, how it can address inequalities and also sustain communities.
Social distancing is changing the way we work, how we support people and how we provide people with the information they need. Something that can help is making sure that the written information we share is clear and easy to understand. This session will introduce you to the basics of making information easy to read and understand for people with a learning disability. This course is suitable for anyone who wants to make their written information more accessible, especially for people with a learning disability.
The coronavirus crisis has presented us with challenges and changes to all aspects of our lives and the way that our community sports bodies and providers operate and will be operating in the future. Four monthly webinars and a one day conference will feature an overview and introduction from the organisers and then feature one or two presentations and case studies from providers and organisations from across Wales.
This event will explore emerging trends in the interaction between online platforms for gaming, gambling and addiction in children and young people; as well as assessing issues with access to services, funding and legislating to support CAMHS and service users.
A sound knowledge of child development is essential for everyone working with children. Having an underpinning knowledge about typical patterns of overall development helps practitioners identify where there are concerns that a child may be ‘off track’ and may need additional support to achieve progress across the different domains.
This course examines the teenage years in terms of physical, psychological, emotional and social development. Examining the issues and looking at how that understanding can help with engaging with and affectively supporting young people.
These webinars will introduce the participants to the many opportunities that exist for developing more innovative and enterprising ways of attracting more people, from all parts of society to access and enjoy the outdoors.
Later Life Training has compiled a programme of seven days of online learning which will be built around streams and topics for three sectors; Care and Supporting People; Allied Health Professionals; Fitness and Health as well as a dedicated stream for Later Life Training Education Connect Members.
The 2021 CADR Conference is an opportunity for older people and organisations to share their experiences of change over the last year due to the pandemic - discussing whether the changes that have been made will permanently alter the way we live going forward. The 3-day event which will cover topics such as Environments, Housing, Transport, Cognition and Dementia, Working within a Pandemic, Arts and much more!
Sustrans Big Pedal will go ahead even if schools are closed. Sustrans have taken a more flexible approach and have designed fun and interactive school resources to be suitable for situations where pupils are learning remotely. Active journeys taken from home or physical activity completed at home will count as one journey in the challenge for pupils learning remotely.
This conference will examine next steps for R&D and international research partnerships in Wales. Areas for discussion include funding, collaboration, place, research skills and infrastructure, COVID-19 and Welsh R&D on the world stage.
Delegates will leave this conference having explored how technological advancements are promoting better outcomes and supporting individuals to express themselves, build confidence and maximise employment opportunities; as well as examining the diverse impacts COVID-19 measures are having on people living with learning disabilities.
This conference will bring together all the providers and bodies with an interest in reimagining and reinventing how Wales can move forward and create a more healthy, active and engaged Wales in the ‘new normal’ world.