Lunchtime learning: Neurodiversity sensory seekers

Start Date
Thu, 22 February 2024 - 12:00 pm
End Date
Location
Online
  • Are you interested in finding out more about young people who continually show up late, interrupt others and create disruptions during group learning? 

  • Do you want to find out more about what seems to be an ongoing cycle of conflict for these young people?

  • Do you want to learn practical tips and tools to best support sensory seekers? 

 

Join us for part three of Mind Over Manner’s lunchtime learn series. Susan Haldane, founder of Mind Over Manner, will be presenting on: The sensory seeker, neurodivergent rangatahi that are diagnosed with ADHD, dyslexia, oppositional defiance and FASD.

 

Workshop outcomes: 

  • Characteristics of the ‘sensory seeker’ 
  • Self-learners - Recognising the difference between will and counter will 
  • Recognising negative world view, defense and survival responses 
  • Identifying and deconstructing conflict cycles in whānau, work and community 
  • Understanding memory and time blindness
  • Stealing and lying
  • The power of the mentor
  • Techniques for describing consequences and diminishing self-focus
  • Creating connection, cool-down time and emotional drain off

 

Click here to view part one and part two of Mind Over Manner lunchtime learn.

 

To join this lunchtime learning webinar click on the Zoom Details tab below. 

 

This webinar will be recorded. The recording of this presentation will be available in the Resources tab within a few weeks after the session takes place.

 

For queries about this event please contact:    

[email protected]

 

No registration required for this event.

Susan Haldane

Founder

Mind Over Manner was founded by Susan Haldane, a mother and a creative with a lifetime

More details

Please click this URL to join: https://auckland.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_OIbChCM2RiiS281GchHg8w

Passcode: 539364

This webinar will be recorded.

The recording of this presentation will be available in the Resources tab within a few weeks after the session takes place.