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DCA Transitions Workshop

08 September 2016

DCIS Educational Psychologist Vivienne Scott, provided an interactive workshop for parents on the topic of transitions

  • DCA Transitions Workshop 2016
  • DCA Transitions Workshop 2016
  • DCA Transitions Workshop 2016
  • DCA Transitions Workshop 2016
  • DCA Transitions Workshop 2016

On Wednesday morning our resident Educational Psychologist, Vivienne Scott, provided an interactive workshop organised by the DCA for parents on the topic of Transitions. 

Vivienne talked about the impact of transition and change and the need for consistency, routine and structure at these times.  Parents reflected on feeling ‘full up’ with emotions and how they could ensure they had the capacity to take on their child’s needs as well.  The workshop helped parents understand changes in their children’s behaviour as a form of communication and, together, they shared ideas about how to meet those needs.

We extend our thanks to the DCA for providing such an instructive workshop.