It Takes A Village SEN Online Conference
It takes a village to raise a child and when your child has additional needs, it helps to have specialists as part of your village! This online conference covers a range of important topics and includes practical support! All our presenters are highly experienced and knowledgeable. but more than that, they are passionate about the work they do. So passionate, that they are giving their time and expertise for free in order for 100% of ticket sales to go towards our two chosen charities: Talking SENse and The Chaeli Campaign.
Info taken from this website: https://www.growthandgrit.org/it-takes-a-village-conference
Monday 1st of March:
6 – 7pm GMT (8 – 9pm SA Time): Laura Graham – Sensory Processing Difficulties: what they are, why they occur and how I can help.
7 – 8pm GMT (9-10pm SA Time): Libby Hill – My child talks fine, why do they need a Speech and Language assessment?
Tuesday 2nd of March:
6 – 7pm GMT (8 – 9pm SA Time): Eloise Grobbelaar – Autism: Reframing Behaviour
7 – 8pm GMT (9-10pm SA Time): Ken Upton – SEN Law in the UK and the EHCPlan
Wednesday 3rd of March:
4 – 5pm GMT (6 – 7pm SA Time): Colleen Horswell – Creating opportunities for my Special Needs Child
6 – 7pm GMT (8 – 9pm SA Time): Jennifer McQuillan – Early Childhood: How to meet my child’s special needs?
7 – 8pm GMT (9-10pm SA Time): John Stevenson – Visual Processing Difficulties: How to identify and support.
Thursday 4th of March:
4 – 5pm GMT (6 – 7pm SA Time): Mathapelo Mokatsane – Autism is not a Disability
6 – 7pm GMT (8 – 9pm SA Time): Paul Bray – Our children can’t opt out of puberty.
7 – 8pm GMT (9-10pm SA Time): Rich Berry – Love, Care and Nurture as a basis of growing a healthy brain.
Friday 5th of March:
6 – 7pm GMT (8 – 9pm SA Time): Georgina Smith – How do I know it’s Dyslexia?
7 – 8pm GMT (9-10pm SA Time): Fintan O’Regan – The curious case of ADHD.