Attachment Disorder is a condition describing disorders of mood, behaviour and social relationships as a result of the failure to apply traditional attachments to a primary care giving figure during early childhood.

In this presentation the following areas will be outlined and explained in terms of supporting children affected by Attachment Disorder

  • The Risk factors for Attachment Disorder
  • The overlap with AD and ASD and ADHD
  • Introducing the SF3R approach for the management of learning, behaviour and socialisation issues
  • Structure in terms of rules and routines for learning and behaviour
  • Flexibility in terms of mood and motivation management
  • Rapport in terms of language and communication
  • Relationships in terms of both adults and peers
  • Resilience and outlining the 7Cs of emotional resilience