Connecting with Kids Parent Workshop



Positive approaches to shaping behaviour

Stop Wait Go and OT for Kids NT bring you this innovative, 2 part workshop assisting parents to use positive teaching techniques to manage children’s behaviour.  We will discuss the importance of the sensory system, how we can stay calm in tricky situation, and the impact of stress on brain development.

Aimed toward 5-10 year olds, we will explore the unique needs of this age group, especially those with additional needs. Connect with other parents, share your experiences and learn practical strategies you can implement at home straight away with the whole family!

Part 1: Thursday 10th October 2013, 7pm – 9pm

Part 2: Thursday 24th October 2013, 7pm – 9pm


Venue: OT for Kids NT, 71 Coonawarra Road, Winnellie

Cost: $50 per family (FaHCSIA funding can be used)

Light refreshments and supper provided

Child minding is available for a limited number of children ($5 per child)


Please contact OT for Kids NT on 89844814 or [email protected] for more information or a registration form.



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Shannon Hallatt

Senior Occupational Therapist, Founder & Practice Manager at OT for Kids NT
Shannon is passionate about delivering high quality OT services for children and families, and bringing joy to their lives. Shannon believes that every child is unique and has unlimited potential and it is this belief that continues to drive her everyday.

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  1. Jackie Harvey says:

    Hi Shannon
    Are you doing similar workshops in Katherine at any stage?

    • Shannon Hallatt says:

      Hi Jackie,
      Nothing planned as yet, however we are certainly open to ideas!
      thanks for the suggestion

  2. Maria Musumeci says:

    Hello Shannon,
    I would love to attend theis workshop however I will be away interstate for the 2nd Day (24/10/13). Will you be running this workshop again in the future?

  3. free limewire says:

    Children, there is no time for sleep… there are connections to be made!!!