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UKAP TRAINING COURSES - Further dates to be advised

UKAP has developed a range of one day training courses for professionals managing ADHD across a wide spectrum of professions, with the aims of raising the level of awareness, recognition and management of children and young people with ADHD.


Education and ADHD 

Fintan O'Regan and Bill Colley

Title: Education and ADHD

Aims of the course:
This one day training workshop aims to consider a number of systems and strategies for the successful management of children and young people with ADHD. The course is aimed at SENCO’s, classroom and support teachers and learning and managers.. It has never been more important to successfully find out about ADHD based on the new code of practice/GIRFEC..
Who should attend:
The course is aimed at SENCO’s, classroom and support teachers, learning and pastoral support staff and managers.

 

ADHD, Conduct Disorder and Antisocial Behaviour 

Professor Susan Young and Dr Jade Smith

Title: Early Interventions in ADHD, Conduct Disorder and Antisocial Behaviour

Aims of the course:
This one day training workshop will focus on the relationship between ADHD, conduct disorder and antisocial behaviour. This includes the common overlapping conditions of both CD and ODD and their development and trajectory in complex presentations with ADHD, drawing upon biopsychosocial models and formulation. Aspects of substance misuse will also be included as related to CD and ADHD. The workshop aims to teach delegates about the methods of assessment and evidenced based interventions that are applied across different settings. It should be attende.
Who should attend:
The course should be attended by professionals working in healthcare and youth care establishments.

 

Comorbid ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder

Dr Jade Smith and Emma Woodhouse

Title: Comorbid ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Aims of the course:
This one day workshop aims to examine the presentations of children with co-morbid ADHD and Autism Spectrum Disorder. It will touch upon the challenges of assessment and explore interventions for supporting these young people across contexts. Understanding this complex co-morbidity is more important than ever, in light of the recent changes to DSM-5.
Who should attend:
The course should be attended by teachers, healthcare professionals and social care workers.

 

ADHD :  Revolutionary approaches in Healthcare

Dr Emad Farrag and Emma Woodhouse

Title: ADHD: Revolutionary approaches in Healthcare

Aims of the course:

This one day workshop offers a fresh approach to understanding ADHD in Healthcare contexts.  Through dynamic teaching, this workshop will explore recognition, diagnosis, interventions and service access.  We will address how to understand, support and bring the best of out children and young people with ADHD.

Who should attend: 

The course should be attended by GP’s, primary care and affiliated professionals (CAMHS practitioners, psychologists, trainee doctors and nurses, educational psychologists within the healthcare system, school nurses and therapists/counsellors).

 

Please contact info@ukadhd.com if you require any further information