FREE HALF DAY SEMINAR
Delivered by Save the Children
Families and Schools Together (FAST)
Introduction to how the FAST programme supports a family therapy, attachment theory approach to improving child/family outcomes through its evidence based community engagement programme.
Aimed at members of the children’s workforce – front line, management or commissioning role in any service which supports children or families.
Voluntary & Community Sector, NHS, Social Care, and Education all welcome.
The seminar will include:
- Brain development research
- Ecological theory
- Family therapy & attachment theory
- Building resilience in families & communities
- Introduction to the FAST programme
Date: Tuesday 31st March, 9.30am-12.30pm
Location: The Elton Room, Armada House, Telephone Avenue, Bristol, BS1 4BQ
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE SEMINAR
- An opportunity to increase your understanding and knowledge of the impact of parenting approaches on the child’s social, psychological and educational outcomes with a specific focus on brain development.
- Explore how environmental systems supports building resilience in families, across the wider community and impacts on building social capital leading to increased cohesive communities.
- Understand how environmental factors and ecological theories builds bridges between home, schools and communities within a community asset based approach to achieve ecological systemic change.
If you would like to attend please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a booking form