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Introduction to HANDLE Level 1 Bendigo, Victoria

Join us as we explain our unique approach and leave you with practical, simple yet neurologically complex activities to implement at work, home and school.

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START:
February 6, 2018
DURATION:
1 day 9:00am - 4:30pm

INSTRUCTORS:

Mary E. Robson
Change-maker, Co-creator of programs, Instructor, Presenter

Address

Bendigo, Victoria   View map

Categories

Course , Level 1

Welcome

Join us as we explain our unique approach and leave you with practical, simple yet neurologically complex activities to implement at work, home and school.

Learn how to build a solid foundation for life and learning, for a happy child and happy adults too.

Explore the root causes of many modern learning, behavioural, attention and social challenges within the sensory motor systems and processing pathways of the learners’ brain. Implement simple but effective tools and activities in your work to remove obstacles and enhance learning.

Become familiar with the neuroscience behind the approach, to become a confident referee for your patients to an approach that synthesises holism, respect, non-judgement, neuroplasticity, and nutritional science into a unique, effective approach that educates, inspires and empowers, the child, parents and teachers.

Prerequisites

None required for Level 1.

Level 1 prerequisite to Level 2.

Costs

Inclusive of materials and healthy snacks:

Free for carers via application to Carer Support Services

Discount available for the first 12 registrations

$97.50/person      $175/couple

Past Level 1/2 course students of CTTC: cost of catering only

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Full details here

Contact Penny 0448 191 542

Instructor

Mary Robson is a Certified HANDLE Practitioner & Instructor, and is Regional Education Director Asia Pacific Region for The HANDLE Institute.

Course Time

9:00am until 4:30pm

Level 2,  see course listing.

Course Objectives are to foster in participants the ability to:
  • Begin to view neurodevelopment from a new model of interactive and interdependent functioning, a model which enables a nonjudgmental approach to individual differences.
  • Be able to recognise subtle signs of stress, in order to individualise task challenges appropriately
  • Understand how social and academic behaviours and developmental histories provide information about neurodevelopmental dysfunctions
  • Become familiar with an array of HANDLE activities that may be used with groups or one-on-one to enhance learning and functioning at any age
Learning Outcomes:
  • The foundations of the HANDLE approach
    • Considers internal and external environments
    • Incorporates knowledge from many disciplines
    • Provides a set of guiding principles rather than a specific technique
    • Values the way respect influences learning; embodies non judgement
    • Views behaviours as communication
    • Understands that neuroplasticity is a life-long process
    • Recognises the importance of patterned organised movement
    • Takes into account nutrition and how one’s internal environment affects it
    • Addresses all forms of learning:  academic, language, motor, social, etc.
    • Acknowledges the value of mental rehearsal
    • Employs Gentle Enhancement® in evaluation sessions and treatment alike: services and trainings
  • Five HANDLE activities to enhance learning and functioning, and how to adapt them to varying abilities and situations.

What is HANDLE?

HANDLE® is an effective non-drug treatment alternative for people of all ages, and for a wide range of issues, including but not limited to:  sensory integration dysfunctions, reading & writing difficulties, autism spectrum disorders, conduct disorders, acquired brain injury, tics and Tourette’s Syndrome, general learning disabilities, dyslexia, trouble with motor skills and coordination, chromosomal disorders, cerebral palsy and many more.

Email here to enquire

Contact Penny Jacobsen at penny@compassionate-therapy.net.au

Research

We keep up to date with current research

Engage

Relationships are what bring richness to life

Innovation

Harnessing neuroplasticity throughout the lifespan

CONTACT

Email: penny@compassionate-therapy.net.au
mary@compassionate-therapy.net.au
Telephone: +61 (0)448 191 542
Adress: 5 Lawson Parade, Castlemaine, Victoria, Australia

Compassionate Therapy

Compassionate Therapy can be engaged to treat and help with numerous illness, disability and trauma – ultimately better helping to cope with existing problems both physically, socially and emotionally now and into the future. The potential for improvement using a systems approach with children suffering from ADD/ADHD, brain injury, autism spectrum disorders, sensory integration disorders, learning disabilities, obsessive-compulsive disorders, cerebral palsy, anxiety disorders and learning disabilities can be quite inspiring. These therapy solutions are also be used with adults too!