This session will review why it is important to understand the need for a trauma-informed approach within schools, why it is necessary to ensure restrictive practices are reduced, and how children and young people who are autistic or have learning disabilities can be included in education. Examples of positive success stories will be explored, along with expert answers to the question: how is it possible to implement a trauma-informed approach within schools?
This webinar forms the second session in a new lunchtime webinar series running throughout June and July. Free to attendees, the webinars are part of Bild’s mission to deepen the health and social care sector’s understanding of trauma, and its impact on people with learning disabilities and autistic people.
The series will be co-hosted by Bild in partnership with the charity Respond, which provides specialist support to people with learning disabilities, autistic people, or both, who have experienced abuse, violence or trauma. The webinar will be facilitated by Dr Noelle Blackman, Chief Executive of Respond charity and Elly Chapple, Founder of #FlipTheNarrative.
To find out more about the other three trauma webinars, featuring experts from the fields of trauma, health and social care, visit: https://www.bild.org.uk/new-trauma-focused-webinar-series-announced/