How to talk to children about war

Social media, news and conversations between adults mean that other children around the world – those not close by or directly affected by war – are also very aware of the crisis. Many are frightened and don’t know what to expect. They have questions. So, to help parents, family and care-givers navigate the overwhelming taskContinue reading “How to talk to children about war”

Creative Therapy

“Being creative can increase positive emotions, lesson depressive symptoms, reduce stress, decrease anxiety….” (Dr. Cathy Malchiodi 2015) At KCA, families have been accessing Creative Therapy and Counselling for many years. The Creative Therapy team use a range of art materials and objects to help and enhance expression of inner experience within a therapy session. WorkingContinue reading “Creative Therapy”

Covid-19 Considerations 🗯

It is not a legal requirement from today, to self-isolate if you test positive for Covid-19 in England, but it is still advised that people with Covid-19 stay at home and avoid contact with other people for at least 5 full days, until they have received 2 negative test results on consecutive days.  We are askingContinue reading “Covid-19 Considerations 🗯”

Parent Workshop 23/02/2022

Topic : Understanding behaviours that challenge KCA’s family service is inviting parents to a free workshop . This workshop is open to all parents and carers who have a child with a disability. When: Wednesday 23 February, 2022 at 10:30 (2 hours) Where: Zoom (online) Delivered by: LDN London – Education, Health and Care Coordinator WorkshopContinue reading “Parent Workshop 23/02/2022”

Parent Workshop 09/02/22

Topic : How to communicate with my child – the importance of using visual tools KCA’s family service is inviting parents to a free workshop . This workshop is open to all parents and carers who have a child with a disability. When: Wednesday 9 February, 2022 at 10:30 (2 hours) Where: Zoom (online) DeliveredContinue reading “Parent Workshop 09/02/22”