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Help and advice webinars

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Try our webinar programme.

We are pleased to announce the Spring/Summer 2022 Help and Advice Webinar Schedule. Webinars are FREE for current, former and retired civil servants and their dependants.

Led by our service expert and specialist partners, each informative session gives tools, ideas and routes to gain further help and advice with live questions at the end. Webinars and Telekits are accessible from desktop computers, mobiles and tablet devices. Unable to access them online? Call in.

If you miss a session, listen on demand.

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Webinar schedule

Upcoming webinars

Date

Title

Host

About and links

Wednesday 20 April

10am to 11am

Living with autistic spectrum disorder for families
Dr Annie Clements

Introducing the 4 Foundation Blocks that makes it straightforward to understand autism. Great for those at the beginning of their journey either pre or post assessment, or if you're feeling overwhelmed right now and want something to connect into. Useful for families, friends and professionals.

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Wednesday 4 May

10am to 11am

Living with ADHD for families
Dr Annie Clements

Understand ADHD and receive information to help you and those around you. Ideal for those at the beginning of their journey either pre or post assessment, or if you're feeling overwhelmed right now and want something to connect into. Useful for families, friends and professionals.

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Wednesday 18 May

10am to 11am

Simple strategies and resources for ADHD
Dr Annie Clements

Get simple and straightforward approaches that can really help. We'll go through some of the common day-to-day challenges, and give you strategies to try within your own family to make things easier. Useful for families, friends and professionals.

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Attendees by phone can dial +44 330 221 9914 with Access Code 261-417-541 (when asked for Audio PIN, please hold for webinar).

Wednesday 25 May

11am to 12noon

Gambling support with GamCare
GamCare

This webinar looks at what gambling is and the types of activities we would see as gambling, a look at some of the harms people may experience from gambling, and what treatment and support GamCare can offer.

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Attendees by phone can dial +44 330 221 9914 with Access Code 929-408-428 (when asked for Audio PIN, please hold for webinar).

Tuesday 14 June

10am to 11am

Grandparents of people with autism or ADHD
Dr Annie Clements

Finding out your grandchild may be Autistic or have ADHD can be confusing and worrying. Not only are you concerned for them but also your own son or daughter. Learn what Autism and ADHD are and get pointers on who can support your family as it moves forward on this new pathway.

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Attendees by phone can dial +44 203 713 5012 with Access Code 309-341-014 (when asked for Audio PIN, please hold for webinar).

Wednesday 15 June

10am to 11am

Caring for families of adult children with autism or ADHD
Dr Annie Clements

Carers of adult children who are Autistic or have ADHD can feel very isolated and forgotten when it comes to support and up to date information. Get the latest knowledge and suggestions that may help your family to plan a way forward, including who to contact regarding long term care, wills and trusts.

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Attendees by phone can dial +44 330 713 9914 with Access Code 752-376-854 (when asked for Audio PIN, please hold for webinar).

Wednesday 29 June

11am to 12noon

Completing PIP and DLA forms
Autism and ADHD

Completing PIP and DLA forms can prove extremely stressful and overwhelming for families and individuals. This webinar will help people understand how to navigate the process to complete the paperwork and hopefully avoid having to go to appeal.

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Attendees by phone can dial +44 203 713 5012 with Access Code 980-571-549 (when asked for Audio PIN, please hold for webinar).

Wednesday 6 July

10am to 11am

Supporting a neuro-diverse workforce
Dr Annie Clements

The capabilities of neuro-divergent people can vary from severely challenged to gifted. Some are nonverbal and fully reliant on care givers whilst others have special abilities such as pattern recognition, memory or mathematics. Learn what an employer needs to take into account, and how, when you make adjustments for ND employees, you should make similar adjustment for your whole team as it will improve outcomes and mental health for everyone.

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Attendees by phone can dial +44 330 221 9914 with Access Code 872-134-244 (when asked for Audio PIN, please hold for webinar).

Previous webinars

Date

Title

Host

About and links

Tuesday 25 January

11am to 12noon

Communication and dementia
TIDE

Are you involved in caring for someone with dementia? When communication starts to break down and we're not heard or able to understand what is being said, it can be a source of anxiety and frustration and dementia will only compound this. In this webinar, we explore how dementia can impact communication, its impact and some hints, tips that could help.

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Tuesday 1 March

11am to 12noon

Life Story Work
TIDE

Are you involved in caring for someone with dementia? Join us to understand more about how Life Story Work can help people with dementia stay connected with family, friends and communities, capturing people’s stories about what matters to them – in the past, present and the future. We explain the importance of Life Story Work as an ongoing process and not just a document. We’ll talk about everyday personal use and also with professionals.

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Tuesday 5 April

11am to 12noon

Dementia Dekh Bhaal
TIDE

Are you involved in caring for someone with dementia from an ethnic minority group? Join us to understand more about how tide’s Dementia Dekh Bhaal project addresses the needs of South Asian carers. We’ll talk about how faith, culture, language and stigma can affect dementia carers.

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