We will be covering two key themes ‘Assessment, Diagnosis & Formulation in CAMHS-ID’ and ‘Supporting Behaviours that Challenge in CAMHS-ID’, with talks from some of the leaders in the field, a lived experience viewpoint, together with Q&A plus panel discussions.
This webinar is jointly organised by: Child & Adolescent Intellectual Disability Psychiatry Network (ACAMH) and Child Learning Disability Network (Division of Clinical Psychology Faculty for Children Young People and Families, British Psychological Society).
About the day
Supporting behaviours that challenge in children with intellectual disabilities is a complex and multifaceted process that requires a thoughtful and individualised approach. Effective support plans for children with intellectual disabilities should be flexible and adaptable, as the child’s needs and behaviour patterns may change over time.
Ongoing assessment and evaluation of the support plan are essential to ensure that it continues to meet the child’s evolving needs. In addition to providing support for the child’s challenging behaviour, it is also important to focus on promoting the child’s overall development and well-being. This includes providing opportunities for the child to participate in activities that they enjoy and that build on their strengths and interests. It also involves promoting the child’s independence and self-determination, and ensuring that they have access to appropriate education, healthcare, and social services. By working together with the child, their family, and their caregivers, it is possible to develop effective support plans that promote positive behaviour and enhance the child’s overall development and well-being.
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09:15 Welcome Dr. Heather McAlister (CAIDPN), and Dr. Bethanne Willingham (BPS)
Morning Theme: Assessment, Diagnosis & Formulation in CAMHS-ID.
Chair: Dr. Ashley Liew, Consultant Paediatric Neuropsychiatrist
09:30 Keynote: Challenges in the Diagnosis of Neurodevelopmental Conditions in Children with ID Professor Emily Simonoff, Professor of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, Kings College London
10:10 Questions & Discussion
10:30 Communicating Clinical Formulations to Families: Presentation & Panel Discussion with Becky Hinch, Trainee Clinical Psychologist, North Derbyshire LD CAMHS, and Dr. Karen Bretherton, Consultant Psychiatrist, North Derbyshire LD CAMHS
11:30 Keynote: Mental Health and Stress in Families of Children with ID Professor Richard Hastings, Cerebra Chair of Family Research, University of Warwick
12:10 Family carer perspective Mary Busk
12:30 Questions & Discussion
Afternoon Theme: Supporting Behaviours that Challenge in CAMHS-ID. Chair: BPS Representative
13:40 Role of key skills as a risk marker for development of behaviours that challenge in Children with ID Dr. Heather Armstrong,
14:20 Skills Development to reduce Challenging Behaviours in LD CAMHS Dr. Martha Laxton-Kane, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, North Derbyshire LD CAMHS
14:50 Questions & Discussion
15:30 ‘PBS: Is it broken? Can we fix it?: Responding to critique from autistic writers’. Presentation & Panel Discussion Dr. Bethanne Willingham, Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Newham CAMHS
16:30 Closing comments Dr. Heather Hanna (CAIDPN), and Dr Martha Laxton-Kane (BPS)