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Safeguarding Children Attachment Seminar

When:

Mon 24 Aug 2015, 6:15pm–9:30pm

Where: Saxton Oval Pavilion, Saxton Road, Stoke, Nelson, Nelson / Tasman

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free

SCI are delighted to present seminars on attachment and vulnerability theory and its role in protecting children. Fully understanding the development needs of young children can alert us to the damaging risk of neglect and abuse, resulting in early interventions before long term harm has occurred.

Attachment and vulnerability theory is a useful basis for understanding neglect and abuse, as it demonstrates linkages between a carer’s own childhood and their adult mental health, their approach to relationships and their parenting style. Secure attachment is a protective factor, hence enabling its development within children and also parents is likely to increase the probability of better child and family outcomes.

This seminar is aimed at anyone who works with or supports children, families and parents. and interested community members. Even if you are supporting adults who are parents this seminar will be of interest to you.

When: Monday 24th August, 2015
Time: 6.15 - 9.00 pm
Where: Stoke Oval, Saxton Field (Cricket Ground)
Cost: Free - koha/donations welcome

Please bring a packed lunch/dinner. Tea/coffee and biscuits provided.

Registration by: Monday 24th August, 2015 is essential

Certificates: Certificates available for all attendees. CME endorsed