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Understanding Neurodiversity in Gymnastics Coaching

Understanding Neurodiversity in Gymnastics Coaching
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1pm 4pm
Organiser: Scottish Gymnastics Venue: ONLINE


Member – £30
Non-Member – £40

Join us for a half-day workshop: “Understanding Neurodiversity in Gymnastics Coaching”

Embrace inclusivity! Discover how understanding neurodiversity can revolutionise your coaching approach. Gain insights into adapting coaching techniques to empower all gymnasts, regardless of their neurodivergent profiles.

Key Learning Outcomes:
– Define neurodiversity and its significance in gymnastics coaching.
– Explore neurodivergent profiles and discuss their strengths and challenges.
– Understand common traits of neurodivergent gymnasts and how to adapt coaching strategies.
– Learn evidence-based techniques for creating an inclusive gymnastics environment.
– Boost self-esteem and confidence in neurodivergent athletes through effective coaching methods.
– Engage in interactive case studies and practical scenarios to enhance your coaching skills.

By the end of the workshop, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge and tools to create a more inclusive and empowering gymnastics environment for all athletes.

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