Events & Webinars
Past lecture videos
You can apply for past lecture videos from the following.
Please use the inquiry form to apply.
At Nijinomori Clinic, from the first year of opening, parent training and
We have been working to create various learning opportunities such as faculty and staff lectures and various lectures.
Since it was held online from the second year of Reiwa,
You can now watch the contents of past lectures by recording.
In addition, you can watch the ones with free description for free.
If there is a paid description, it will be £ 12 per course.
Please use the lecture application form at the bottom of the page to apply.
London branch held course
November 11, 2020 London Branch Opening Commemorative Lecture (Free)
① "Bilingual and child development" Mari Sakano
② "Children's mind and brain" Yuki Kawakubo
November 21, 2020 "Children's developmental disabilities / school refusal: how much medicine do you need?" Mari Sakano
February 24, 2020 "Children's Communication"
① "Support for communication of children from early childhood to school age" Yuki Kawakubo
② "How to deal with communication problems of teens" Mari Sakano
March 17, 2020 "Children's Learning: Cognitive and Non-Cognitive Abilities"
① "Cognitive characteristics and learning support" Mieko Yata
② "Non-cognitive ability and learning support" Mari Sakano
April 24, 2020 "Can't concentrate? I'm not good at socializing? Face the developmental irregularities of adults" (free)
① "How do you distinguish the developmental irregularities of adults?" Mari Sakano
② "People with and without developmental disabilities live together" Yuki Kawakubo
Voices of past participants
・ I learned a lot about the language that I am interested in as a family living in the UK. In addition, I was encouraged to hear that the characteristics of developmental disabilities, which are only described on the negative side even when searched online, are the inside out of their strengths. Thank you for today! (Participants in the opening commemorative lecture)
・ I am very grateful to the doctors who have a wealth of experience and research for giving lectures on the growth and development of children during the corona vortex. Also, as everyone is a mom, I think it is a big point that you can sympathize with the difficulty of raising children. I would like to continue participating in lectures and lectures in the future. Thank you very much. (Participants in the opening commemorative lecture)
・ As a supporter, I participated to deepen my knowledge about medicine. At the same time that my perception has changed, I think that the way of communicating and empathizing with parents will change from tomorrow. I was also able to feel the importance of the nursing field. Thank you very much. ("How much medicine do you need?" Participants)
・ Since there are regional differences in the treatment and support system (including hospitals, homes, welfare establishments such as school children and day services), I was really grateful to see such study sessions, initiatives and cases. Even in the area where I live, I thought that activities like Nijinomori Clinic would lead to the construction of a better support system. ("How much medicine do you need?" Participants)
・ I learned a lot. Thank you very much. While supporting at the facility, I thought that I received a lot of hints for support and involvement with mothers and children. Let me study again. Thank you. (Participants in "Children's Communication")
·Thank you very much. I hope that it will become commonplace to have various ways of learning. I feel that there are still many adults who think that support is special. "Knowing the characteristics-> Knowing the learning method that suits you-> You can use it at school or in your daily life-> It will be easier to live." I wondered if that would also improve non-cognitive ability. (Participants in "Children's Learning")
Reiwa 2nd year faculty and staff course
Lecturer: Mieko Yata
May 9, 2020 What do you do to grasp the actual situation?
June 13, 2020 Clumsy children (body)
July 11, 2020 Let's think about support from the results of WISC-IV part1
August 8, 2020 Children who are not good at "reading"
September 12, 2020 Let's think about support from the results of WISC-IV part2
October 10, 2020 What you want to learn by school (no recording)
December 12, 2020 Children who are not good at "writing"
January 9, 2021 Children who are not good at "calculation"
February 13, 2021 Clumsy children (fingers)
Voices of past participants
・ I learned a lot not only this time but also through the lectures, such as the importance of basic senses, the perspective of finding difficulties for a child, and finding a method that suits the child so that it will not be a painful time. Thank you very much!
・ I tend to look only at clumsy parts, but I think it is important to know where the trouble comes from. And if you can solve it with support goods, I think you should use it in your school life. I feel that it will be a practice to devise and live by myself. I think it will be difficult to prepare, but I would be grateful if you could hold a lecture next year as well. Thank you very much.
・ As for math disabilities, I have fewer opportunities to receive training than reading and writing disabilities, and I think I was doing it with the experience and feeling I had taught so far. When I received a consultation, I felt that it was important to take a closer look at the stage at which I was stumbling and to refer to the results of the inspection. Thank you very much.
・ I found that there are many teaching materials and support that can be used depending on the actual situation and where the trip is. Even if you are in the field of education, you cannot use it unless you know it, so you can take a course and study. Thank you very much.
・ It was a great learning experience for me to learn how to think about each of the four WISC indicators when they are strong and when they are weak. I think that the range of expression methods when giving feedback to parents and school teachers will expand. Thank you very much.
・ It is important to observe "why?" Before saying "Look carefully and read" to people who are not good at reading. I understand the points of observation. I would like to make use of it for support.