CPF - Perth - 3rd May 2019

CPF - Perth - 3rd May 2019


May 3rd, 2019

Must Wine Bar

519 Beaufort St, Highgate WA

6:30pm for a 7pm start

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Dr Lillian Fawcett

The Research Underpinning Literacy Development

What does the research tell us about literacy development especially from an intervention perspective? This question will be explored with reference to methodology that is most effective for assisting students who are experiencing difficulties learning to read and spell.

Dr. Lillian Fawcett joins us from Cracking the ABC Code, a specialist literacy practice that works primarily with dyslexic students.

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Kate Keisler (Director)

Emily Burns (senior therapist)

Both Kate and Emily practice at Calm and Connected – where Occupational Therapists and Psychologists work with children with social, emotional, sensory and behavioural challenges. They will be presenting a review of the current research on Occupational Therapy-based treatment strategies for children with Sensory Defensiveness, with a focus on auditory and tactile defensiveness

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Must Wine Bar

519 Beaufort St
Highgate, WA, 6003

Your ticket will include:

  • Approximately 3FLA (submitted after event)

  • 3 Course Meal

  • A beverage (alcoholic or non-alcoholic)

  • A strong networking opportunity