WIPC | Spencer
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Spencer

  • WIPC has joined forces with SolidCode Solutions in a new venture designing software solutions to developmental and psychological difficulties in children and young people.  Our focus is on promoting accessible information, assessment and intervention to teachers and parents.  We recognise the uniqueness of each child, but also acknowledge there is too little time and too few resources.
  • Spencer is a tool that allows teachers in primary and secondary schools to answer questions about a child or young person.  Spencer provides a profile of the pupil’s needs and offers recommendations.
  • We are developing further applications for nursery and pre-school children and have a parent version in development.
  • Have a look and register your interest at Spencer.Education

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  • Our training packages are devised specifically for the audience, but encourage thinking about the relationships between the mind and body, including the role of speech, language and communication, sensory integration and motor development and co-ordination, as well asself regulation of the body, including behaviour and emotional adjustment. We are also interested in cognitive development and the role of attention and concentration, memory, non-verbal skills, flexibility of thinking, play and imagination, and the emergence of executive function, mindedness and reflective capacity.
  • Our training and education is delivered at both introductory level or through a more indepth series. We currently offer training for schools, nurseries, parents and other organisations in:
  • Neurodevelopmental Disorders: For children with difficulties in social communication difficulties and those with autistic spectrum conditions, general and specific learning difficulties, sensory integration, attention and concentration problems, and complex behaviour difficulties.
  • Psychological Well-being for infant and child mental health: early infant attachment, social, emotional and behavioural well-being, with emphasis on stress, worry, anxiety, low mood, depression, obsessive behaviour,and compulsive thoughts.
  • Psychological Well-being for young people: attachment and social behaviour, identity, personality and self-concept, mood difficulties, depression, self-harm and suicidal thoughts and behaviours, stress, anxiety, obsessive and compulsive difficulties, drug and alcohol problems, bullying, and behaviour.
  • Special Education and Inclusion: Bespoke training in Inclusion in Nurseries, Primary, Junior, Secondary and Higher Education, including children with autism and social communication difficulties, attention deficit and hyperactivity problems, specific and general learning difficulties, and speech, language and communication problems.