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Assessing for Risk of Dyslexia: A Workshop for Health Professionals

Assessing for Risk of Dyslexia: A Workshop for Health Professionals

The concept of dyslexia is not always well understood and as a result, individuals are often overlooked or misdiagnosed. Unfortunately, assessment for risk of dyslexia is a complex process with no single test in existence to support identification.

ZAR195
The Transition to Grade Four

Understanding and Responding to Anxiety in Children​

Anxiety disorders are the most common of all child and adolescent mental health disorders. It is estimated that approximately 10 percent of children aged 13–18 have a diagnosable anxiety disorder. Anxiety if left untreated is corrosive and toxic to the brain and body and can lead to many functioning impairments.

ZAR295
The Power of Words: Vocabulary Development

The Power of Words: Vocabulary Development

Vocabulary is learnt from birth. But why do so many children struggle to express themselves? Why is it so important to have a good vocabulary? And if a child does not have a good vocabulary, what are the implications for learning, and what can we do to help?

ZAR295
Bullying: Managing a Social Cruelty

Bullying: Managing a Social Cruelty

Vocabulary is learnt from birth. But why do so many children struggle to express themselves? Why is it so important to have a good vocabulary? And if a child does not have a good vocabulary, what are the implications for learning, and what can we do to help?

ZAR295
The Transition to Grade Four

The Transition to Grade Four

The transition to Grade Four is well-known to be difficult for many children and, for those with gaps in their foundation skills or with specific learning difficulties, it can be the time when things really fall apart.

BV Staff

Bellavista Staff Training

A selection of talks or courses that are allocated for Bellavista Inservice Training.

ZAR295
The Impact of Trauma on Development

The Body Bears the Burden: The Impact of Trauma on Development

This presentation will address the impact of trauma in the first 1000 days of life, the ‘toxic uterus’ and the impact of abuse and neglect on the developing brain.

ZAR295
Understanding Reading Difficulties and Dyslexia

Understanding Reading Difficulties and Dyslexia

The British Dyslexia Association estimates that approximately 10% of the population is affected by dyslexia, indicating that roughly two to three learners in each class of thirty are likely to be dyslexic.

ZAR395
Child Protection: Law and Ethics in South African Child Care Professions

Child Protection: Law and Ethics in South African Child Care Professions

By law, all professionals are required to report child abuse and abuse of children and adults with disabilities. Keeping an ethical frame with outside/ additional intrusions on client confidentiality is a complex process.

ZAR225
Anxiety and Working Memory

Anxiety and Working Memory

For children who have not received appropriate support, working memory difficulties may be compounded by high levels of anxiety.

ZAR295
Neurodevelopmental Disorders are Plural: Exploring occurrences

Neurodevelopmental Disorders are Plural: Exploring Co-occurrences

Neurodevelopmental disorders are a group of conditions with onset in the developmental period, characterised by impairments of personal, social, academic, or occupational functioning.

ZAR295
Functional Occupational Therapy

Functional Occupational Therapy

This talk describes Occupational Therapy (OT) and advises when healthcare professionals and teachers should refer to an OT.

ZAR295
Compassion Fatigue

Compassion Fatigue

This workshop will focus on building awareness of Compassion Fatigue among educators and health professionals as well as the ethical responsibility of professionals to make self-care a priority in order to sustain their work.

ZAR295
ADHD: Is there a cure?

ADHD: Is there a cure?

This presentation will explore the role of both pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions in the management of ADHD.

ZAR295
Anxiety and Sensory Integration

Anxiety and Sensory Integration

This presentation will focus on the influence a child’s sensory system has on anxiety and the emotional well-being of the learner in the classroom.

ZAR50
Autism

Supporting Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorder in School

We will explore how girls and boys on the spectrum present differently to one another and how schools, health professionals, and parents are able to collaboratively support ASD learners.

ZAR95
Grit

Grit

In this talk, Alison Scott takes the viewer on a journey of grit - where it comes from, how it develops, and what we as professionals and parents can do to instil this essential value into our children's lives.

ZAR50
Paired Reading with Parents

Paired Reading with Parents

Paired Reading is a fun technique that can be done in the classroom or at home with parents.
The paired reading programme was originally created to assist learners with their reading comprehension

ZAR50
Father Figures: The Importance of Positive Male Role Models

Father Figures: The Importance of Positive Male Role Models

In this informative talk, we examine the difficulties that may arise from a lack of positive male role models for children, while exploring practical tools to assist parents and educators.

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ZAR2,950
Subscribe

Online Subscription (Single User)

Purchase a subscription for any 10 online talks or short courses, and 3 webinars of your choice.

ZAR295
Assessing for Risk of Dyslexia: A Workshop for Health Professionals

Assessing for Risk of Dyslexia: A Workshop for Health Professionals

The concept of dyslexia is not always well understood and as a result, individuals are often overlooked or misdiagnosed. Unfortunately, assessment for risk of dyslexia is a complex process with no single test in existence to support identification.

ZAR195
The Transition to Grade Four

Understanding and Responding to Anxiety in Children​

Anxiety disorders are the most common of all child and adolescent mental health disorders. It is estimated that approximately 10 percent of children aged 13–18 have a diagnosable anxiety disorder. Anxiety if left untreated is corrosive and toxic to the brain and body and can lead to many functioning impairments.

ZAR295
The Power of Words: Vocabulary Development

The Power of Words: Vocabulary Development

Vocabulary is learnt from birth. But why do so many children struggle to express themselves? Why is it so important to have a good vocabulary? And if a child does not have a good vocabulary, what are the implications for learning, and what can we do to help?

ZAR295
Bullying: Managing a Social Cruelty

Bullying: Managing a Social Cruelty

Vocabulary is learnt from birth. But why do so many children struggle to express themselves? Why is it so important to have a good vocabulary? And if a child does not have a good vocabulary, what are the implications for learning, and what can we do to help?

ZAR295
The Transition to Grade Four

The Transition to Grade Four

The transition to Grade Four is well-known to be difficult for many children and, for those with gaps in their foundation skills or with specific learning difficulties, it can be the time when things really fall apart.

BV Staff

Bellavista Staff Training

A selection of talks or courses that are allocated for Bellavista Inservice Training.

ZAR295
The Impact of Trauma on Development

The Body Bears the Burden: The Impact of Trauma on Development

This presentation will address the impact of trauma in the first 1000 days of life, the ‘toxic uterus’ and the impact of abuse and neglect on the developing brain.

ZAR295
Understanding Reading Difficulties and Dyslexia

Understanding Reading Difficulties and Dyslexia

The British Dyslexia Association estimates that approximately 10% of the population is affected by dyslexia, indicating that roughly two to three learners in each class of thirty are likely to be dyslexic.

ZAR395
Child Protection: Law and Ethics in South African Child Care Professions

Child Protection: Law and Ethics in South African Child Care Professions

By law, all professionals are required to report child abuse and abuse of children and adults with disabilities. Keeping an ethical frame with outside/ additional intrusions on client confidentiality is a complex process.

ZAR225
Anxiety and Working Memory

Anxiety and Working Memory

For children who have not received appropriate support, working memory difficulties may be compounded by high levels of anxiety.

ZAR295
Neurodevelopmental Disorders are Plural: Exploring occurrences

Neurodevelopmental Disorders are Plural: Exploring Co-occurrences

Neurodevelopmental disorders are a group of conditions with onset in the developmental period, characterised by impairments of personal, social, academic, or occupational functioning.

ZAR295
Functional Occupational Therapy

Functional Occupational Therapy

This talk describes Occupational Therapy (OT) and advises when healthcare professionals and teachers should refer to an OT.

ZAR295
Compassion Fatigue

Compassion Fatigue

This workshop will focus on building awareness of Compassion Fatigue among educators and health professionals as well as the ethical responsibility of professionals to make self-care a priority in order to sustain their work.

ZAR295
ADHD: Is there a cure?

ADHD: Is there a cure?

This presentation will explore the role of both pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions in the management of ADHD.

ZAR295
Anxiety and Sensory Integration

Anxiety and Sensory Integration

This presentation will focus on the influence a child’s sensory system has on anxiety and the emotional well-being of the learner in the classroom.

ZAR50
Autism

Supporting Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorder in School

We will explore how girls and boys on the spectrum present differently to one another and how schools, health professionals, and parents are able to collaboratively support ASD learners.

ZAR95
Grit

Grit

In this talk, Alison Scott takes the viewer on a journey of grit - where it comes from, how it develops, and what we as professionals and parents can do to instil this essential value into our children's lives.

ZAR50
Paired Reading with Parents

Paired Reading with Parents

Paired Reading is a fun technique that can be done in the classroom or at home with parents.
The paired reading programme was originally created to assist learners with their reading comprehension

ZAR50
Father Figures: The Importance of Positive Male Role Models

Father Figures: The Importance of Positive Male Role Models

In this informative talk, we examine the difficulties that may arise from a lack of positive male role models for children, while exploring practical tools to assist parents and educators.

« » page 1 / 9
ZAR2,950
Subscribe

Online Subscription (Single User)

Purchase a subscription for any 10 online talks or short courses, and 3 webinars of your choice.

ZAR295
Assessing for Risk of Dyslexia: A Workshop for Health Professionals

Assessing for Risk of Dyslexia: A Workshop for Health Professionals

The concept of dyslexia is not always well understood and as a result, individuals are often overlooked or misdiagnosed. Unfortunately, assessment for risk of dyslexia is a complex process with no single test in existence to support identification.

ZAR195
The Transition to Grade Four

Understanding and Responding to Anxiety in Children​

Anxiety disorders are the most common of all child and adolescent mental health disorders. It is estimated that approximately 10 percent of children aged 13–18 have a diagnosable anxiety disorder. Anxiety if left untreated is corrosive and toxic to the brain and body and can lead to many functioning impairments.

ZAR295
The Power of Words: Vocabulary Development

The Power of Words: Vocabulary Development

Vocabulary is learnt from birth. But why do so many children struggle to express themselves? Why is it so important to have a good vocabulary? And if a child does not have a good vocabulary, what are the implications for learning, and what can we do to help?

ZAR295
Bullying: Managing a Social Cruelty

Bullying: Managing a Social Cruelty

Vocabulary is learnt from birth. But why do so many children struggle to express themselves? Why is it so important to have a good vocabulary? And if a child does not have a good vocabulary, what are the implications for learning, and what can we do to help?

ZAR295
The Transition to Grade Four

The Transition to Grade Four

The transition to Grade Four is well-known to be difficult for many children and, for those with gaps in their foundation skills or with specific learning difficulties, it can be the time when things really fall apart.

BV Staff

Bellavista Staff Training

A selection of talks or courses that are allocated for Bellavista Inservice Training.

ZAR295
The Impact of Trauma on Development

The Body Bears the Burden: The Impact of Trauma on Development

This presentation will address the impact of trauma in the first 1000 days of life, the ‘toxic uterus’ and the impact of abuse and neglect on the developing brain.

ZAR295
Understanding Reading Difficulties and Dyslexia

Understanding Reading Difficulties and Dyslexia

The British Dyslexia Association estimates that approximately 10% of the population is affected by dyslexia, indicating that roughly two to three learners in each class of thirty are likely to be dyslexic.

ZAR395
Child Protection: Law and Ethics in South African Child Care Professions

Child Protection: Law and Ethics in South African Child Care Professions

By law, all professionals are required to report child abuse and abuse of children and adults with disabilities. Keeping an ethical frame with outside/ additional intrusions on client confidentiality is a complex process.

ZAR225
Anxiety and Working Memory

Anxiety and Working Memory

For children who have not received appropriate support, working memory difficulties may be compounded by high levels of anxiety.

ZAR295
Neurodevelopmental Disorders are Plural: Exploring occurrences

Neurodevelopmental Disorders are Plural: Exploring Co-occurrences

Neurodevelopmental disorders are a group of conditions with onset in the developmental period, characterised by impairments of personal, social, academic, or occupational functioning.

ZAR295
Functional Occupational Therapy

Functional Occupational Therapy

This talk describes Occupational Therapy (OT) and advises when healthcare professionals and teachers should refer to an OT.

ZAR295
Compassion Fatigue

Compassion Fatigue

This workshop will focus on building awareness of Compassion Fatigue among educators and health professionals as well as the ethical responsibility of professionals to make self-care a priority in order to sustain their work.

ZAR295
ADHD: Is there a cure?

ADHD: Is there a cure?

This presentation will explore the role of both pharmacological and non-pharmacological interventions in the management of ADHD.

ZAR295
Anxiety and Sensory Integration

Anxiety and Sensory Integration

This presentation will focus on the influence a child’s sensory system has on anxiety and the emotional well-being of the learner in the classroom.

ZAR50
Autism

Supporting Learners with Autism Spectrum Disorder in School

We will explore how girls and boys on the spectrum present differently to one another and how schools, health professionals, and parents are able to collaboratively support ASD learners.

ZAR95
Grit

Grit

In this talk, Alison Scott takes the viewer on a journey of grit - where it comes from, how it develops, and what we as professionals and parents can do to instil this essential value into our children's lives.

ZAR50
Paired Reading with Parents

Paired Reading with Parents

Paired Reading is a fun technique that can be done in the classroom or at home with parents.
The paired reading programme was originally created to assist learners with their reading comprehension

ZAR50
Father Figures: The Importance of Positive Male Role Models

Father Figures: The Importance of Positive Male Role Models

In this informative talk, we examine the difficulties that may arise from a lack of positive male role models for children, while exploring practical tools to assist parents and educators.

« » page 1 / 9

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