Are you an education professional or parent looking to learn more about Dyspraxia (DCD)?
Would you like training in the comfort of your own home or office? Together with Laura Graham, Occupational Therapist, CodeBreakers will be offering the second in our OT webinar training sessions on Dyspraxia.
Our first session including training specifically on sensory processing difficulties. Our next next session Tuesday 26th November 2019 at 7.15pm with talk about Dyspraxia.
The DCD / Dyspraxia webinar will cover;
What is DCD / Dyspraxia (and what is it not!)
What to look out for across the lifespan; pre-school, school age and teens / young adults
Motor coordination, temporal organisation, executive functioning and more
The impact of poor ideation, planning and execution on daily performance and participation is educational pursuits
Dyspraxia and co-morbitiy
Strategies to support the student with dyspraxia
you can learn in the comfort of your own home, on this education webinar.
Award winning, Laura Graham has presented at SEN Jigsaw 2019 and was very well received. She is a wonderful engaging speaker and makes information easy to understand for those withour prior experience and knowledge. We look forward to welcoming her back to SEN Jigsaw 2020, in June.
Laura works with the NHS, Local Authorities and directly with families. She qualified as an occupational therapist in 2003. Her career has included specialist roles within a NHS community adult neurodevelopmental and learning disability team and later working as a community paediatric occupational therapist she was responsible for the assessment and treatment of individuals with a range of conditions such as; Developmental Coordination Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Developmental Delay, Autism Spectrum Disorder and other conditions which impact on a child’s ability to complete their everyday activities.
Laura is an accredited Advanced Practitioner in Sensory Integration with the SI network UK and Ireland and holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Sensory Integration from the University of Ulster. In 2010 she was awarded the Queens Nursing Institute Award for Innovation and Leadership for her part in developing a community based sensory and behaviour clinic. Since 2008 Laura has held a quality assurance role with the Health Care Professions Council as a Visitor working as part of the Education Team. Laura is registered with the HCPC and is a member of the British Association of Occupational Therapists.
Our annual SEN Jigsaw Conference will be in June 2020. Please help us celebrate 5 yrs of SEN conferences in Stoke on Trent, supporting schools and families. This year our key speakers are Fintan O’Regan – Leading UK Behaviour & Learning Specialist and Neil Mackay – Special Educational Needs Trainer & Consultant. Learn more about our key speakers HERE
Early discount tickets available