Nicole will present the latest thinking and research in the field of infant and maternal mental health an explore the impact of these early years on mental health development.
What makes us happy, sad, angry, fearful, or gentle and tender? This talk will try to gain an understanding of the biology and psychology of emotion.
This workshop deal with Functional Neuroanatomy which will explore the structure and functions of the hemispheres and lobes. Neuropsychological Syndromes will discuss the disorders of language, memory, attention, spatial cognition, and executive functioning. Two sections will delve into Neuropsychological Assessment and Neuropsychological Interventions.
Theory will guide us on a developmental trajectory with both mathematics and literacy, and we will explore various fun activities and practical strategies to enhance these skills in the early years and reception year.
RAVE-O (Reading through Automaticity, Vocabulary, Engagement and Orthography) is a literacy programme based on the science of the brain and reading. It is an evidenced based intervention for learners struggling to read in Gr 1- 5.