Saturday, 3 March 2010, 9am - 1pm
Do these children have poor memory or poor eyesight? Or something more serious, e.g., a Visual Processing Deficit?
Come and find out if your child has such a deficit and learn how you can minimise the effects and help your child maximise his potential!
a) Overview of a child's vision development
b) The effects of poor visual processing skills on the quality of life
c) How to identify if your child is “looking” but not “seeing”
d) The importance of integrating all the senses in the development of visual skills
e) Practical, hands-on ideas and fun activities to help improve visual processing skills
This important workshop will be conducted by Ms. Teo Lee Fun, a dedicated Occupational Therapist with close to 30 years of experience. She started her professional journey at Melaka Hospital and subsequently, KLGH. She has been in private practice since 1985 and frequently updates herself with the latest techniques (among others, MORE Approach and Therapeutic Listening).
Ms. Teo has a deep interest in working with special needs children. She also frequently shares her experience and knowledge via public lectures and worskhops.
Date: 13 March 2010
Time: 9am – 1pm
Place: Level 9, Tower 2, Wisma MCIS Zurich, Jalan Barat, 46200 Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia.
Fees: RM65 per person, RM100 for mum & dad. Ask for group and/or student rate.
a) Please call Anna (012) 372 3776 with your name, contact number, email address and number of people attending.
b) Deposit or transfer the required amount into HLB 19400009994.
c) Fax deposit slip to 03-7983-0064.
Payment required before workshop to facilitate arrangements. Please substitute with another candidate in the event you are unable to attend. Strictly no refunds.
A mystery gift awaits those who sign up before 28 February 2010!
Registration closing date: 11 March 2010
Glen Stream (M) Sdn. Bhd.
1280, Jln Jiran 6,
58200 Kuala Lumpur.
Supporting your special needs. Coaching for parents, workshops, and a variety of edutoys, therapy tools and teaching aids.
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