Distance Learning Packages (DLPs)
Please find below our Distance Learning Packages. They are like workshops you can do digitally.
These have been designed to be used flexibly - either independently, virtually (such as in a team meeting) or as a face to face workshop.
The packs include:
- PowerPoint presentation
- Supportive documents
- Pre & post evaluation forms
Everything you need is in the pack. You do not have to book on and you don't need any other resources.
We have devised these to support professionals, parents, carers, children and young people.
We have not listed timings to them as individuals may choose to do them in bite sized chunks.
Please be sure to complete and return the evaluation forms. This will help us to continually improve our resources.
We have devised this package to aid services to work remotely and for those that need the flexibility to train staff as/when they can rather than at pre-determined dates set by us. We have not listed timings to them as individuals may choose to do in bite sized chunks
Professionals can train at their own pace: individually with a member of your team acting as “host” to use the PowerPoint for a virtual workshop so staff can partake in the group work that is shown on the slides
Or for those that are able, you might deliver it yourselves in a group setting face to face. The choice is yours!
Please be sure to complete and return the evaluation forms as detailed in order that we can continually improve our resources.
An Introduction to Autistic Spectrum Condition (ASC):Introduction to Autism Spectrum Condition PowerPoint Presentation
A free online learning package for parents, carers and professionals. It will help understand sleep, sleep issues and ways to deal with them.
In this learning package we will be looking at the following areas:
- Why is sleep important?
- Average sleep needs.
- Sleep cycles.
- Reasons why a child may not be able to sleep.
- Specific sleep problems.
- Sleep diaries.
- Developing a good bedtime routine.
- Common issues and strategies.
- Safe sleep practices.
- Melatonin and Serotonin.
Download a copy of a child's sleep diary. This can help you see patterns in your child's sleep.
Download our sleep assessment tool. This might help you identify triggers and help you set new bed time goals.
Sensory processing is a term used to describe how our body uses the information gathered by our senses to understand the world around us. It also tells us how our bodies are moving and feeling.
You will find out about:
- What sensory processing is
- What our different senses are
- Sensory behaviours
- Further support
This Distance Learning Package on behaviour is to help you:
- Learn more about some of the behaviour support services are available in the Wakefield district.
- Know how to access the these services.
Download our Distance Learning Package on Behaviour PowerPoint.
This session is an introduction to managing angry feelings – we hope that it helps you!
We want this session to help you to….
- Know what anger is
- Know how to tell if you are feeling angry
- Have ideas on what to do to let your anger out safely
There are links to websites at the end if you want to learn more about managing angry feelings.
You can do this session on your own or you could do it with other children and young people. You might also want an adult to help you. That’s OK too.
Download the Managing Angry Feelings PowerPoint
Download the Managing Angry Feelings Information Sheet (for after you have completed the learning package)