Reconnection and engagement programmes for learners with autism and anxiety (Code: C1155)
Post Covid-19, the opportunity for reconnection and human interaction amongst learners is more important than ever before. To strengthen resilience and encourage rebuilding of social networks, this webinar explores the strategies used at Weston College to develop, encourage, and promote opportunities to transition into the college environment during the summer period prior to the new academic year. The session will include particular strategies for working with learners who may experience high anxiety.
Who is this for?
Principals, CEO's, HR professionals, managers, lead practitioners and employees.
- To explore activities that promote connection, interaction, and engagement via peer networks during holiday periods from college.
- To discretely promote positive wellbeing in an environment that facilitates self-esteem building and recovery post Covid-19.
- Learn how to create superordinate goals for learners that encourage team work to build confidence and communication skills.
- Examples of how transitions are adapted to meet the needs of learners with specific learning difficulties such as autism and those with high anxiety.
- Explore mechanisms that promote the strengthening of resilience as learners return to education.
- Discuss authentic emotional experiences of isolation post Covid-19 and an opportunity to see how this recovery model may be adaptable for your organisation.
- Understanding how robust transition programmes facilitate a firm foundation for re-engagement.
- Understanding the importance of diversifying transition programmes to meet individual need.