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PRESCHOOL SEMINAR 2017


New: 15% off for group sign ups (5 or more) - for offline registration only!

ONLINE REGISTRATION: www.ps2017.eventzilla.net
OFFLINE REGISTRATION: Download offline registration form


Support the learning needs of preschool children!

Hear our expert speakers share strategies that are effective for both preschool children who are typically developing as well as those who may be at-risk of learning difficulties. These experts comprise of:
- DAS Specialist Psychologist
- DAS Speech and Language Therapists
- DAS Preschool Educational Therapists

Join us if you are a parent educator or stakeholder working with children, and leave with practical learning strategies and tips to help preschool children.

Click on the poster for more information on the presentations.
 
 
 
Free Parent Workshop



This FREE workshop is in partnership with Morning Star Community Services.

Register early, limited spaces available.
https://tinyurl.com/DAS-PSGTalk 

About the workshop:

Structuring Your Child's Time - Seeing the Big Picture for Planning
Do you want to strike a balance between work and play for your children?

Parents will learn how to: 
1. Create a balanced schedule for their children
2. Involve their children in the planning process
3. Work with their children to monitor the efficacy of their planned schedules
4. Make good use of school holidays

Date: Saturday, 25 March 2017
Time: 10am - 12pm
Location: DAS Rex House Learning Centre

Light refreshments will be served.

 
 
 
2017 Dyslexia Screening

             

Does your child have difficulties reading, spelling and writing? 
Take our dyslexia screening test for Preschool, Primary and Secondary school students. 

Call us at 6444 5700 to register. (Mon - Fri, 9am - 5:30pm)

 
 
 
Understanding Dyslexia - A Research Project
 

A group of researchers at the Nanyang Technological University are conducting research into how the networks in the brain contributes to the difficulties commonly found in individuals with dyslexia. The results from this research can help academics discover newer and more effective methods to help children with dyslexia learn better. 

This research study is conducted by collaboration labs at the Nanyang Technological University (The Clinical Brain Lab @ NTU Psychology). National University Health Systems (NUHS), and the National Institute of Education (NIE). This study is funded by the Lee Foundation and Ministry of Education (AcRF Tier 1 grant).

For more information, please click on the thumbnail to read the flyer. 

The study protocol is approved by the NTU and NUS Institutional Review Board.