Tuesday, 18 February 2014

Down Syndrome NSW workshop for primary school teachers and school personnel




Down Syndrome NSW invites you to join Judy Davidson, Parent Support Manager, Down Syndrome NSW, who has a background in education, as she discusses the latest research and information about students with Down syndrome, including:
  • Factors that impact on a student’s learning, communication and behaviour - outlining the
  • developmental profile
  • Best practice strategies to promote success in the school environment - examples from practice
  • The importance of using visual tools to support effective learning, communication and behaviour
  • The effect of short term auditory memory impairment - management methodologies
  • Overview of a range of excellent resources available to you and your school

Thursday 13th March 2014
9:30 am — 3:00 pm

Rosehill Bowling Club
James Ruse Drive 
ROSEHILL   

$165 per person (non member), or $110 per person (member)
Morning tea and lunch provided
Prior registration is  essential for catering. 
Please register by Wednesday  5th March
Minimum numbers will apply.

Playing to Their Strengths seminars will be held in regional NSW throughout March.
Parents of school age children may wish to bring these seminars to the attention of their school.

For further information please contact Catherine Pedler: catherine.pedler@dsansw.org.au or 9841 4403



Playing to Their Strengths 
Canberra 
Friday 7th March 2014
Presented by Judy Davidson (DS NSW)
Hosted by ACT Down Syndrome Association

Bookings: admindsa@actdsa.asn.au by 26 February
Members of Down Syndrome NSW who live within 
easy travelling distance of Canberra may wish to attend.

Please note: You are able to join DSNSW as a member prior to the workshop and enjoy significant benefits and savings. Schools wishing to join do so as a Group / Organisational member ($132), or teachers joining as individuals do so as a professional member ($30).

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