Ummeed Child Development Center announces workshops on 'Introduction to sensory integration' and 'Occupational therapy Intervention for children with autism'.
Faculty: Anjali Joshi, Occupational Therapist, Dr. Roopa Srinivasan, Developmental Paediatrician and some of Ummeed's senior Occupational Therapists will be the faculty for these workshops.
Eligibility: Only practising Occupational Therapists are eligible to attend these workshops. Therapists with minimum of one year experience of working with children will be given a priority for the second workshop.
Both these workshops are mutually exclusive and attendance for workshop I is not a prerequisite for admissions to workshop II. Participants will be issued a certificate of participation by Ummeed child Development Center.
Seats available: 30 only. Walk-ins will be admitted depending on the availability of seats.
Fees: if registered before 5th October 2010
Part I: 3000 Rs.
Part II: 7000 Rs.
Part I and II: 9000 Rs.
Institutional/organizational registration –two or more candidates will get 15% discount. NGOs will get an additional 10% discount on submission of 80G certificate.
Fees: After 5th October 2010
Workshop I: Rs.4000
Workshop II: Rs.8000
Workshop I and workshop II: Rs.11000
Last date for enrolling: 15 October 2010.
Please send in your application with a copy of passing certificate and a cheque to Ummeed Child Development Center, ground floor, Mantri Pride 1-B,1/62 N.M Joshi Marg, Lower Parel Mumbai 400011. Please draw the Cheque in the name of 'Ummeed Child Development Center'. For further information please contact Hema on 65564054, 65528310 between 2-4 p.m.
Workshop I: 'Sensory Integration- Theory and Therapy'
Dates: 30th and 31st October 2010
Time: 9 am to 5 Pm. Total contact hours: 14
Fees: 3000 Rupees (Inclusive of tea, lunch, handouts and reading material)
Day 1 (30th October 2010)
Ø Introduction to sensory systems, sensory integration and assessment of sensory processing dysfunctions
Day 2 (31st October 2010)
Ø Sensory processing dysfunctions: intervention strategies