January 29, 2024    
3:45 pm - 5:15 pm

Event Type

Sensory Mindfulness for Pupils with PMLD

with Sarah Hall


Pupils with PMLD are more susceptible to mental health issues. To support positive emotional wellbeing for those with PMLD is the same way we support our own. Sarah recommends the website https://www.nacwellbeing.org/ provides ideas and activities to help the emotional wellbeing of our pupils. One of the categories is mindfulness. In this session Sarah will suggest ways we can deliver mindfulness activities using a sensory curriculum, including sensory meditation.

To book on to any of these sessions please email admin@equalsoffice.co.uk and state the delegates name and email address so they can be sent the joining instructions. As these sessions are 100% FREE for Equals members, they are likely to fill up fast, so please register your interest asap, to secure your place/s.

To view details for our Spring/Summer 2024 courses please visit our ‘Events’ web page.

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