- Wednesday, 1 April, 2020 - Thursday, 31 December, 2020
8:00 am - 12:00 am
This webinar investigates the different aspects of play that children who are deaf or hard of hearing need to acquire to make and keep friends. It focuses on getting along with others, staying calm with other and being responsible for our behaviour also how to share space with others.
The webinar is based on work done by Michelle Garcia and her colleague Dr Pam Crooke.
Duration of this webinar: 37 minutes
Completing Looking at play through a different lens webinar will contribute 37 minutes of NESA Registered PD addressing 1.1, 1.5,.1.6, 6.2,.6.3, 6.4, 7.4 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teachers Accreditation in NSW.
Diana is dual trained as a Speech and Language Therapist and Audiological Scientist and joined the Ear Foundation’s education team in 2005 as part of the education and family programme. Along with taking an active part in the presentation of courses both in the UK and with our partners abroad, she enjoys being part of the development of resources and publications. She is also actively involved in the Ear Foundation’s “Teens Unite“ programme, inputting into the curriculum and has undertaken several research projects in this area. Diana's focus over the last few years has been looking at what skills are needed for children with hearing loss to really thrive socially with a particular interest in encouraging their social thinking skills. Finally Diana is particularly involved in the exciting growth of the Ear Foundation’s education online resources, including the management of the Sounding Board website and annual virtual conferences. Professional Group: Speech and Language Therapist and Audiological Scientist
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