Conception to Adolescence Brain Development and Working with Young People / Parents

Date & Time:

Wednesday 8 December 2021 (09:30 - 12:00)

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Venue:

Online,

Detail:

Audience: Family Support Workers, Young Person Advisors, Social Workers, Managers and Foster Carers (anyone  working with, teens,  young parents and pregnancy and children)

Overview 

Have you wondered why teens forget you are visiting, and struggle to control their emotions or those of their children? Do you know brain development is still progressing into early 20’s?

In this interesting  session the Family Nurse Partnership nurses use models, tools and the latest science of how brains develop to show how brain development influences behaviour, and how professionals can move families forward.

Outcome

The attendees will leave with  a range of tools and increased awareness of how we can best work with young people, and parents who may have been affected by Adverse Childhood experiences, and an understanding of the Family Nurse Partnership in Dudley.

 

Places Available:

2

Further Information:

Trainer:

Julia Dymock and Pam James from Black Country Healthcare NHS

Venue Details:

Online,