"I really wish I could talk to an OT about my child"
"I want to show an OT my child's exercise book"
"I think my child's writing is alright but he grips his pencil in a strange way. Should it be corrected?"
Many parents would like to sit down with an occupational therapist and get advice about their children's handwriting difficulties. This is your chance!
Q and A Session with an OT
Organised by ANDI Initiative
Date: Saturday, 6 June, 2009
Time: 2:00 until 4:00pm
Venue: ANDI Initiative Training Facility, Section 17, Petaling Jaya (registrants will be sent the address and map)
Registration Fee: RM30
Maximum: 20 parents
This is a two-hour, small-group consult session with Ms Teo Lee Fun, OT, for parents of children with handwriting difficulties. The question-and-answer format will allow for a great degree of individualisation, and the small group format will allow Ms Teo enough time to address each parent's concerns.
Parents are encouraged to bring the following to show Ms Teo for feedback:
- Examples of their child's handwriting
- Their child's pencils
- Photos or short video clips for feedback about pencil grip or posture.
About the consultant:
Ms Teo Lee Fun is an occupational therapist trained in New Zealand and has been working many years in this field. She is SIPT (sensory integragion praxis test) certified with the University of Southern California (USC/WPS). She has also attended professional training in areas such as sensory integration, NDT, MORE approach, Samonas and Therapeutic Listening. Ms Teo has a special interest working with children with learning difficulties and sensory integration dysfunction. She has given seminars, lectures and has conducted numerous workshops for parents, teachers and others involved with children with special needs.
To register, please contact ANDI Initiative at 016 913 6134 or firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is for ADULTS only.