Do you know a child who struggles with…?
- Behavioural difficulties
- Emotional meltdowns
- Self-regulation difficulties
- Learning difficulties at home and in class
The ‘Just Right Kids’ Sensory Processing Workshop can help!
Presented by Occupational Therapist Deb Hopper. Deb will explain how sensory processing works and how it effects your child’s behaviour at home, school and in family life.
When you leave this workshop you will understand what sensory processing is, how it effects children and how to identify sensory difficulties in children. You will take home strategies that you can begin to use straight away to help the children in your life. You can network with other parents and carers where you can obtain ongoing support.
This workshop is for parents and carers supporting children on the autism spectrum in the early and primary school years.
Deb Hopper is a practicing Occupational Therapist with a private clinic in Forster on the NSW Mid North Coast. Deb understands the day to day struggles that children, parents and teachers face and is passionate about helping children achieve their full potential. Her process empowers parents and teachers to understand emotional regulation and she provides practical strategies that help children to overcome the issues that impact their learning ability.
With over 20 years’ experience as an Occupational Therapist working in mental health and paediatrics, Deb is often called upon for media comment. She is also an International Amazon No. 1 Bestselling author of the following publications:
– Reducing Meltdowns and Improving Concentration: The Just Right Kids Technique (2015),
– The School Environment Sensory Checklist: Creating Optimal Learning Environments for ALL Children (2017), and
– Healthy, Happy Kids (2017).
- Fee includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea.
- Discounted fee is for carers registered with Carers ACT. Registration forms can be found at our website www.carersact.org.au. Please allow three weeks for processing.
- Parking will be at attendee’s cost and is available at the National Portrait Gallery underground carpark.
- People who purchase tickets after 6 May will not be able to have any dietary restrictions catered for.