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Bea Inclusive TV and Podcast - Episode 003

In this episode you will find out:

  • what qualification and skills do you need to deliver Lego-based Therapy interventions in the educational setting

Hey there

 

I receive a lot of question about the Lego-based Therapy qualification. Let’s check what Sarah from Bristol asked: Hi Bea, I’m the learning mentor in my school and I would love to run Leg based Therapy intervention as we have so many unmet needs. I’m not sure what qualification and skills are required to deliver this approach. I would really appreciate your help as I know that our children would benefit from it. Thank you for your time and I look forward to hearing from you.

 

Thank you so much for this question Sarah.

 

And welcome to another episode of Bea Inclusive TV and Podcast. My name is Beata Bednarska and this is the place to learn and develop your skills so you can teach and support children to improve their social communication skills.

Ok then,

 

Would you like to run Lego-based Therapy in your setting but you not sure what skills you need to facilitate one? If the answer is yes then this episode is for you!

 

I love Lego-based Therapy as it can be used across the school with all children. On top of that, it works extremely well with special needs children, children with EAL and with all typically develop children who may be anxious, with low-esteem, emotionally immature or those who express challenging behaviour.

 

The potential is huge and if you decide to use it as a whole school approach then the benefits are endless.

But to deliver meaningful and effective intervention, that is child-centred and evidenced-based, means that you have to possess the necessary skills to do so.

 

What skills do you need?

 

The skills you need to be the Lego-based Therapy facilitator will depend on what is your starting point and training provider that you use.

 

Let me explain how it works in my Brick by Brick Academy.

 

If you never delivered Lego-based Therapy, you didn’t undertake at least full-day of training or you self-educated yourself and you not sure if what you are delivering is right and you need the certificate then we are talking about Level 1 – Brick by Brick Lego-based Therapy – how to organise and run your first 12 weeks of intervention.

 

At Level 1 – you will learn about:

  • How to support children with autism and other communication difficulties

  • Lego-based Therapy underpinning knowledge

  • How to support child development in the area of communication, language, social skills, emotional and behavioural responses and physical development

  • The main principles of Lego-based Therapy

  • How to host it?

  • How to assess, target and evaluate child’s progress

  • The lego-based Therapy facilitator role

  • The curriculum for the first 12 weeks of therapy and how to adapt, differentiate and generalise to fulfil the needs of the individual child

  • Different levels of Lego-based Therapy

  • How to model, teach and practise social skills through Lego-based Therapy

  • Learn the necessary games, activities and building ideas that you must deliver within your first 12 weeks of Lego-based Therapy

 

Ok! That’s Level 1!

 

Now let me tell you about Level 2 – Brick by Brick Advanced Lego-based Therapy Training

To enter this training, you had to attend Level 1 training and delivered, at least once, your first 12 weeks of Lego-based Therapy in your own setting.

At Level 2 – you will learn about:

  • How to organise and run Lego-based Therapy after the first 12 weeks

  • How to model and teach complex social skills through Lego-based Therapy

  • How to teach the theory of mind through Lego-based Therapy

  • Learn the eclectic way of helping children with special needs

  • Get through the advanced curriculum

  • Learn games, activities and building projects so you can teach more complex social skills, independence, organisational skills, leadership skills, etc.

These trainings are suitable for those who teach and support children with social communication skills. So, if you are the Headteacher, SENCo, teacher, teaching assistant, COUNSELLOR, speech and language therapist or simply if you teach or support children with special educational needs (such as Autism), or if you teach and support children social skills and behaviour then this training is right for you.

 

OK guys, thank you so very, very much for being here with me. I’m so very lucky that I can share with you my passion.

 

If you want to have a little bit more structure on how to actually help and support children communication and social skills and how to organise and run your Lego-based Therapy in your setting then get your butt into my Brick by Brick Academy. 

The door to this online training will open in October so if you interested then put your name onto the waiting list so you will not miss my free masterclass training.

 

Now, I would love to hear from you! 

 

Let me know what do you think of today’s episode and my giveaway schemes.

 

Make sure that you will come and say hello to me on @BeaInclusive on all the social media or in the comments on www.beainclusive.com

 

Once you there be sure to subscribe to our email list and become a BI Insider. You going to get a huge pack of love, positivity and action-based learning.

 

Stay on your game because someone needs the special skills that you can only give.

 

OK guys have a wonderful weekend, stay safe and I’ll see you on Bea Inclusive TV and Bea Inclusive Podcast.

 

Until the next time

 

Love and xxx

Bea

 

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