TWILIGHT LIVE – PDA (Persistent Demand for Autonomy) Behaviours & Family impact with Jo Keys
November 23 @ 7:45 pm - 9:15 pmFree
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Is your child having meltdowns or becoming increasingly upset or angry when asked to do something? You are not alone as there may be a real reason for this. What exactly is PDA? How does it affect family dynamics and relationships? Jo Keys is back with us to explain and look at what you can do to help your child, their siblings and help you too!
Pinpoint provide help and information to parents and carers of children and young people aged 0-25 with additional needs and disabilities in Cambridgeshire. No formal diagnosis is required to access support from Pinpoint – a child may be on a waiting list, accessing services, had a referral turned down, or just be struggling.
We offer signposting and events for all things SEND and are the Parent Carer Forum for Cambridgeshire. Pinpoint also give parent carers opportunities to have a say and get involved in improving local services.
You will be sent an email from Pinpoint containing the Zoom link to access the session 2 days before, 2 hours before and again 30 minutes before. Please do check your junk mail and spam folders as these emails often end up there!
Be comfortable at Pinpoint sessions – You can keep your camera off and stay on mute and simply join us and other parent carers who “get it” from your sofa 😊