Archives: Patient Information Leaflets

Top 10 tips for talking video and further resources links

Date: 25/07/2023 | Category:

Link to videos and further information Top tip 1: Follow their lead: Tools for Talking 12-18 months: Following baby’s lead – BBC Tiny Happy People   Top tip 6: Copy […]

10 top tips for talking

Date: 17/07/2023 | Category:

Follow their lead: if you join in and talk about what your child is doing/looking at, it helps them to learn words more quickly. Be face to face & get […]

Posture

Date: 13/06/2023 | Category:

Good sitting position It is important for children to be stable and comfortable while seated at a desk or table to enable them to sufficiently maintain focus and attention, while […]

Blank sensory Regulation Strategies

Date: 29/03/2023 | Category:

Click on the ‘download’ option to download a Word document version of a blank sensory regulation strategies template you can fill in to your desktop.

Example of Sensory Regulation Strategies

Date: 29/03/2023 | Category:

  These are my “Feel Good Activities” that help me feel safe and calm? Make sure I get to do these throughout the day to support me to stay regulated. […]

Sensory Processing: Using sensory strategies to support regulation

Date: 29/03/2023 | Category:

AIMS OF THE SESSION By the end of the webinar: Understand that sensory behaviours are a form of regulation Be able to identify sensory activities to support co regulation and […]

Sensory behaviour checklist

Date: 13/03/2023 | Category:

This checklist is for use with the Children and Young People’s Occupational Therapy webinar session – ‘Understanding the senses’. What is sensory processing? Sensory processing is what makes it possible […]

Understanding our Senses

Date: 13/03/2023 | Category:

The slides available here are for use with the Children and Young People’s Occupational Therapy webinar session – ‘Understanding the senses’. The webinar aims to help parents and carers: ▪Identify […]

Selective / situational mutism – settings pack

Date: 16/11/2022 | Category:

Advice for when children don’t talk in some situations Resources and strategies to tackle SM and lay the groundwork for successful intervention This pack also acts as the “handout” for […]

Treatment of Selective/Situational Mutism for children living in and attending mainstream settings in Buckinghamshire

Date: 16/11/2022 | Category:

Selective/Situational Mutism (SM) is where a child is consistently unable to speak in particular situations despite speaking freely in other situations. Step 1: setting led work (for children with suspected […]