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Attachment, Trauma and Resilience - Caring for children who have experienced multiple ACEs

This training is presented via Zoom, and therefore requires access to laptop, tablet or phone. An invitation and course materials will be sent in advance of each session. An advanced look at how Adverse Childhood Experiences can affect a child’s development across the life span,…

Autism in children

Autism can normally be diagnosed in children at around the age of two. In many cases, professional health workers may spot the signs of autism during normal childhood health checks, and this may lead to the child being formally diagnosed. If you think your child may have autism, ask your…

Autism misconceptions

Whether it's at school, work or in social settings, people with autism are often misunderstood. They often suffer discrimination, intolerance and isolation, resulting in many feeling excluded from everyday society. In an attempt to understand the reasons behind this, The National Autistic Society (NAS) commissioned research…

Autism: the facts

Autism is a lifelong developmental disability. On its own, autism is not a learning disability or a mental health problem. But some people with autism have an accompanying learning disability, learning difficulty or mental health problem. Autism is a spectrum condition. This means that while all people with…

Background and Theory

Background It is estimated that around 160,000 children have a parent in prison each year. They are a vulnerable group at risk of poor outcomes, three times more likely to have mental health problems or to engage in antisocial behaviour than their peers. Nearly two…

Becoming a parent

When you become a parent, your whole life changes. You have someone else to love and look after. Being a parent can be a wonderful and rewarding experience, but it can also be exhausting, stressful and a bit of a mystery - babies don't come…

Beyond Equality CPD

click here to sign up to receive training updates. This will be a virtual session. Any paperwork will be emailed in advance of the training. The training will take staff through a series of activities that help them to better understand and combat the (gender)…

Black Lives Matter

This training is presented via Zoom, and therefore requires access to laptop, tablet or phone. An invitation and course materials will be sent in advance of each session. Another chance to attend the course offered for the first time this summer, looking at the impact…

Boy/Girlfriends

For many people, partners, sex and relationships can be really hard to talk about. You can use the links below to get helpful information and facts about relationships, and how best to deal with them. Lesbian, gay or bisexual If you are lesbian, gay or bisexual, you…

Bruising in non-mobile infants - information for professionals

Please find attached the West Hampshire Clinical Commissioning Group leaflet on bruising in young babies.  This leaflet (PDF 899KB) has been developed across the 4LSCB areas of Southampton, Portsmouth, Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to reassure and explain the protocol for assessing bruises in…

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