Booking form for NISI Conference August 2019
Please complete this form to request a place at the Northern Ireland Sensory Impairment Conference 2019 at Jordanstown School, Belfast, on 28 August 2019. Please complete one form per delegate, in order to ensure we meet individual needs / requirement
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Preference 4
Examination access - general issues re access arrangements - Paul Simpson (BATOD) and Caireen Sutherland (QTOVI/QMSI - RNIB)
Transitions- how to link families with their local communities - Joyce Rainey (SENSE)
Family support and its key elements and its importance at the time of diagnosis and beyond- Rosaleen Dempsey (RNIB)
Babies, toddlers pre-implant - how can we access, stimulate and grow the Auditory brain? - Rosie Gardner
Post 16 and transitions - NDCS
What high quality play for deaf children in the Early Years looks like - Julie Graham (Deaf Youth Action)
Introduction to play therapy for professionals - Julie Graham (Deaf Youth Action)
Hearing aid technology and assistive listening devices update - Phonak
Exploring tactile communication from early interactions to language - Steve Rose (NatSIP Associate)
CVI (Cerebral Vision Impairment ) - An overview - Caireen Sutherland
Language deprivation of deaf children - Martine Monksfield Deaf QTOD
Habilitation in context: An understanding of Habilitation as a collaborative approach for supporting child development. Martin Walls (Guide Dogs NI)
Movement analysis of Blind children compared to sighted children. Research by Queen's University Presented by Alannah Savage
Functional vision assessment for those with VI and complex needs - Caireen Sutherland
A Picture of Words. The LENA devices provide figures that current datalogging technology on hearing instruments cannot provide. This workshop will also surmise the influence radio aids have on a typical school day. James Mander, Ewing Foundation
BAHA Implants - Naomi Horner Cochlear
How the Scottish Sensory Centre can support you: a research to practice service for professionals working with deaf and visually impaired children. Rachel O'Neill
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