If you are interested in Special Needs and Disability in Early Childhood then this World Congress in Sydney, June 2019, gives you an opportunity to learn from others all over the globe. If you have an innovation or interesting practice to share, please think of representing your Country, and submit an abstract (details below)
Dates for the Mental Wealth Festival 2018 have been announced, it will be 10th and 11th September this year.
For further information go to http://www.mentalwealthfestival.co.uk
For more information: http://www.asepaconference.com.au/keynotes.php
To register your place click the image below:
Using the ‘wordless’ Books Beyond Words, (BBW), has given a new lease of life to Katie Carpenter, (a young woman with Down’s syndrome) who runs her own Book Club every month for her friends , and now works as a volunteer Book Club Leader in a new 19-25 educational provision for young adults with Learning Disabilities.
Here her Father, Barry Carpenter, describes the impact on Katie’s life, in terms of her daily functioning, friendships and releasing her leadership capacity.
More information about the Books Beyond Words series can be obtained from www.booksbeyondwords.co.uk
Saturday 14th October 2017 – 9:30 – 15:30
Oxford Brookes, Harcourt Hill Campus, OX2 9AT
Fri 14 July 2017
09:00 – 15:30 BST
The University Events Team, Birmingham City University
Teachers in particular know so little about this group of children who have transformed SEND registers in this 21st Century. With the World authority, Dr Susan Foster-Cohen speaking this is an essential Conference for SENCOs and special school staff.