Intensive support for your ‘learner in mind'

Due to autistic / neurodiverse masking, children and young people may appear ‘ fine in school’ but may exhibit emotional dysregulation at home. This can be especially common in more introverted children or in female presentation. Parents or carers, schools or trusts may wish to employ Neuroteachers to work holistically to support the learner across home and school.

Tutoring

Intensive support

Work around exclusion prevents/ inclusion promotion for the team around a particular child. (£60- £100 per hour dependent on need)

 

You may have a ‘child in mind’ who is displaying a great deal of distress. Whether this involves the kind of behaviour that may lead to a fixed-term or permanent exclusion, or you feel that your learner is becoming an anxious non-attender, Neuroteachers offer programs that can help both the educator, learner, and their family.

 

Although all programs are bespoke, to reflect the needs of the unique autistic learner, the following is an outline of what is typically offered:

 

For a student who is close to permanent exclusion; visit to the school, meet with students, parents, educators, observation in and out of lessons, behaviour report. Feedback to staff parents and students, recommendations, additional training in relational practice/ autism awareness/ differentiation/ behaviours of concern, coaching and mentoring to educators.

 

For a student close to becoming an anxious non-attender; meeting with students, parents, educators, outside agencies. Observation at home and in school, feedback and recommendation to staff parents and students, additional training in relational practice/ autism awareness/ school-based anxiety and trauma, feedback and recommendation is to staff parents and students, including long-term support.

Support Group

Intensive support

Due to autistic/ neurodiverse masking, children and young people may appear ‘ fine in school’ but may exhibit emotional dysregulation at home. This can be especially common in more introverted children or in female presentations. Parents or carers, schools or trusts may wish to employ Neuroteachers to work holistically to support the learner across home and school.

School-based anxiety ( school refusal)

Anxious non-attendees can often benefit from the kind of intensive support which helps them to lower their anxiety levels. Neuroteachers can work with schools and home to create a bespoke programme so that your learner can return to the classroom.

Exclusion prevention

Educators and their settings may feel they have tried everything to work with a child, young person or cohort but continue to feel deskilled. At times such situations can lead to challenging behaviour. In extreme cases, a child or young person may be close to exclusion. This is highly distressing for both learner and educators alike. Permanent exclusion should be avoided at all costs because the price of this will be paid by the child or young person for the rest of their live. Neuroteachers have been successful as preventing a number of exclusions by working with schools, parents and the team around a child to lessen behaviours of concern.

 

For further information about Catrina’s methodology, please see the link below.

 

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