Parent feedback

News from Dougie Mirfin, East Ayrshire:

“I have just collected some parent data following the teaching of MISP in one school in East Ayrshire. Just wanted to share with you as this school has small classes of autistic children too. It has been really positive.”


New Mini MISP Practitioner Course

New! Mini MISP Practitioner Course, 18th May, 9.15am – 4pm, The Village Nursery, West Linton. Adapted version of MISP for 2 & 3 year olds, open to MISP Instructors, IAIM Instructors and nursery staff working with that age group.


(May 2019 miniMISP Registration form)







MISA International Conference

misa_conferenceMISA International Conference
London 6 May 2017
Continuing Education Day
London 7 May 2017

Speakers and details in this MISA Conference poster (kindly note that you need to select your ‘Non-member’ ‘Instructor’ or ‘Trainer’ category and the number of days you wish to attend)

Book here

 



Registration fees





Borders report by Lorna Jamieson

Scottish Borders schools update

Here is an update of what I have been doing in the schools.

48 out 61 Borders schools accepted my invite to take part in the MISP which is being mainly funded by Cash for Kids at Radio Borders.  Scotia Chiropractors is also helping to fund this.

I have set up a Community Interest Company CIC with Scotia Chiropractors to enhance our chances of receiving funding to deliver the programme in the Border Schools. 

I am currently rolling the programme out in the Primary one classes, by delivering a 4 week taster session to the schools. This is happening throughout this academic year 2016/17.  With future funding hopefully coming through the CIC, this will enable us to continue to invite schools to take part in the programme on a yearly basis, but delivering a 6-8 week block instead of just 4 weeks.  I will always deliver to Primary one classes, with a review session for the Primary 2 class and it will then filter through the school year on year. Read on here