After the recent success of this Spring programme, Dr. Áine O’Dea Radiance Consulting, in partnership with Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland, is proud to offer an additional set of dates in September 2023. This programme is aimed at Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Psychologists interested in learning more about using an evidence-informed approach towards assessment of DCD/Dyspraxia for children.
Dr. Áine O’Dea is an experienced occupational therapist, educator, and researcher, having worked for over two decades. She is one of Ireland’s foremost experts in Dyspraxia/DCD. Áine was the first occupational therapist in Ireland to receive the prestigious SPHeRE (HRB–Health Research Board) scholarship. During her doctoral studies, she examined the most effective interventions to treat this disorder and how to combat the potential adverse impacts on inclusion and participation for young people. In addition, Áine has worked closely with Dyspraxia/DCD Ireland for some years, sharing her passion for education and knowledge with parents of children and adults with DCD.
Áine is a published author of several papers in high-impact journals and a contributor to other publications in Developmental Coordination Disorder, Occupational therapy, Clinical supervision and Parent/educator coaching. In addition, Áine has co-authored several chapters in the recently published book “Supervision for Occupational Therapy”. This practical text guides supervisors and supervisees to make the most out of supervision opportunities.
**Please note** This course will be LIVE online, but it will be recorded. Participants will have access to the recorded modules for 4 weeks.
€250.00 (inclusive for all four modules)
There are limited places for this course. You can register below. Registrations close on 31st August 2023 unless sold out prior.Buy Now
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