Webinar of the Month: December 2023
Our live webinars are ideal for a range of audiences, including:
- Support workers
- Parents and carers
- Educators and
- Health practitioners
Our webinars are available at a special launch price of $99.
All our webinars are developed and delivered by registered allied health professionals and are designed to share skills and knowledge to allow you to better support your clients, your children, or your students.
December Topic: Sensory Processing in the Early Childhood Space
Our speaker in December will be one of our experienced occupational therapists, Caryn Jacobs, who has 20 years’ experience across different age ranges, including working with children. Caryn loves finding that human connection. She’s worked across different continents and cultures in a variety of settings, including schools, hospitals, community settings, corporate environments and even on Queensland mines doing what OTs do best – helping people do the things that matter to them.
At our December Webinar of the Month, Caryn will speak about Sensory Processing in the Early Childhood Space, covering typical developmental milestones and what signs parents and educators should be looking out for and strategies they can use to support young children in their care.
This event is geared towards parents and educators and anyone involved in the care of young children. This will be particularly useful for those who may be wondering if early intervention strategies are necessary to help young children thrive.
**All our webinars will run on Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT). Please confirm your local time before attending the webinar.**
When is this event
Friday 8 December, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Where is the venue
This is a virtual workshop – the link to the Teams event will be emailed to you when you register your place
How much are tickets
Tickets are priced at $99 per person – Book your place here
Who should attend
This event is ideal for parents, educators, disability support workers, support coordinators, plan managers, and anyone else involved in the health care system.
Bookings are essential