Braincalm™ is a simple, easy to follow but new system that helps children with Something Going On (S.G.O.) become calm, in control of their emotions and behaviours and more focused.
Helping these children is a 24 hour a day process.
What happens at home affects school and what happens in school affects home.
The Braincalm™ team have developed customised training for
Childminders & Others
In other words, everyone who cares for the child through the day.
We guide you through using the simple step by step Braincalm™ system.
This gives quick relief to the ‘fizzy brain’ & teaches the child what it feels like to be regulated. The Braincalm™ Intensive Programme is
Those who may be trained to complete it with children are:
a. Classroom Assistant
b. Resource Teacher
c. Parent/Guardian at home
*** Results have shown that a child responds best when the Braincalm™ Intensive Program is
completed in school with school staff in groups of 3, 2 or one to one.
This Bundle provides a discounted training offer for SNAs/SETs which will also cover a number of Teachers/Other Staff Free of Charge. We have specific training for the following roles:
The child’s teacher
For the child who participates in learning support sessions this training helps the learning support teacher
The child’s SNA/Classroom Assistant will
The SNA/Classroom Assistant will become more knowledgeable, confident, and skilled in their role
Just a massive thank you for your time over the past 3 days. I had heard lots of good things about Brenda and Braincalm and the webinars didn’t disappoint- in fact they have lit a fuse to undertake more. My wife who works as an SNA attended last week and was delighted with what she took from the talks. We also have a son with huge sensory processing challenges so the webinars were invaluable from a personal and professional point of view.
Brenda, I know you say you use the Monaghanese to explain this but I have never come across somebody who made this as clear and accessible. By making it so clear it will be such a help to our children. Can’t wait to access more.
Principal, Scoil Oilibhéir Naofa