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The Making FASD History in Newcastle Project is offering Working with FASD training over two days.

You have the option to attend both days or either of the single day training whichever you would prefer.

The cost of each training session is $20.00 (plus $1.50 sticky ticket fee or $2.50 when registering for both days)  These registration fees go towards catering.

Each session will also include a 1hr presentation on the NDIS and getting it to work for your clients.

Please note that seats are limited to 30 per session: register now to secure your place!

As the Train if Forward Masterclass is a train the trainer course, we are limiting the number of participants per organisation to two to allow as many organisations as possible to participate.

There is plenty of parking on site and at street level.

Registrations close on Monday, 2 March 2020 at 5pm.

Train it Forward - Day One Tuesday, 10 March, 9am to 5pm

  • ·NOFASD’s Train it Forward Masterclass provides participants with the knowledge and confidence to share information, resources and ideas with their colleagues and communities. Upon completing this workshop participants have an understanding of FASD and its complexity as well as strategies for responding to and supporting clients with FASD. This gives individuals the opportunity to deliver FASD training across an organisation and also to become a point of contact for anyone with questions about FASD. 

Sensory Strategies - Day Two Wednesday, 11 March, 9am to 5pm

  • ·NOFASD’s Sensory Strategies for FASD is a practical workshop which teaches skills for assisting children with FASD to use sensory strategies to self-regulate. Individuals with FASD often experience sensory processing difficulties which can interfere with communication and learning, and can result in difficult behaviours. This program focuses on improving a child’s executive functioning and ability to self-regulate using sensory strategies. It is suitable for parents, carers, educators, and clinicians.
  • A strong focus on practical strategies for supporting children in their homes and schools. Valuable for professionals and family members
Fort Scratchley

1-3 Nobbys Road Newcastle East NSW 2300, Australia

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Helena Hodgson
Mercy Services

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