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Smart Moves Workshops October 2017

Are you a practitioner, Teacher, SNA, Parent or Carer working with children with Dyspraxia/Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD)? 

Would you like to gain some ideas and strategies to support the children you work with? If so, then why not attend this fun, practical and informative one day workshop led by Sharon Drew.

Sharon Drew is an international trainer and a well-known author of many practical resources for schools and therapists in the UK. These include the Smart Moves Motor Programme, Movers and Creators, Take Ten for Fine Motor Skills, Fidget Busters and Can’t Play Won’t Play.

During the workshop you can:

  • Learn more about Dyspraxia/DCD
  • Explore a selection of gross motor games and ideas for use in Physical Education
  • Learn how to help and monitor fine motor skills through fun low cost/no cost activities.
  • Explore practical solutions to common gross and fine motor difficulties

Smart Moves resource packs will be available on the day to purchase

This will be a practical hands on day…so come in comfortable clothing

Do you work with or have a child with Dyspraxia/ Developmental Co-ordination Disorder?

Would you like to know how to develop the children’s movement skills which are fun and easy to use?

If so, then why not attend a training day led by Sharon Drew and learn about the Smart Moves Motor Skills Development Programme and Take Ten for some practical ideas for fine motor skills and handwriting.

Sharon Drew is an international trainer and a well-known author of many practical resources for professionals and parents in the UK.  Smart Moves is specially designed for teachers, SNA’s, parents, O.T’s, other professionals and can be used by sports clubs and other extracurricular clubs. The resource contains a collection of games and activities for improving gross motor skills in a fun and accessible way.  The activities are designed to require minimal preparation with little or no equipment and can be used in one-to-one, group or whole class situations. Parents may also find the activities and ideas useful to support their children at home. 

This will be practical hands on day…so come in comfortable clothing

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