Join Dr Susan Lowe, PhD, MAppSc(OT) GradCertHlthSc(OT) as she shares with you how parents can best support their child’s adaptation to school and learning.
An exclusive event presented to you by MindChamps Allied Care.
- How can I help my child progress better in therapy?
- How do I reduce the frustration I have with my child’s learning differences?
- How do I understand better what my child is going through?
- How can I help my other children understand their sibling with learning differences?
If any of the above questions resonates with you, this is the talk for you. In this 3-hour talk, Dr Susan Lowe will share more about how task analysis can help you work with your child for optimal progress in using the home program prescribed by our therapists, as well as understanding how your child learns and relates to others.
Date: 20 Feb 2017 (Monday)
Time: 6.30pm – 9.30pm
Admission Fee: $68/couple (Strictly for parents only)
Venue: MindChamps @ Toa Payoh, HDB Hub East Wing Level 17
We apologise that children will not be allowed during the seminar.
Please be seated 15 minutes before the seminar start time.
Seating is based on first-come, first served basis
Photography / Video Recording Rules
No Photography, Video recording and Audio recording is allowed for this event.
Dr Susan Lowe, PhD, MAppSc(OT) GradCertHlthSc(OT)
Dr Susan is the Owner and Principal Occupational Therapist at Skills for Kids (a paediatric occupational therapy and speech language pathology private practice) in NSW, Australia. She is also a Visiting Professor within the ‘Bachelor of Science (with Honours) in Occupational Therapy’ degree at the Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). Susan is particularly interested in teaching undergraduate students, providing professional supervision and mentoring to graduate occupational therapists, enabling therapists to deliver effective and relevant services using an occupational perspective within an educational context. Dr Susan is committed to increasing the engagement in learning of students who are experiencing learning, intellectual, social, emotional and behavioural difficulties. As a consequence, Dr Susan works in schools in partnership with teachers to increase their capacity to teach students who have executive functioning difficulties. In partnership with teachers and parents, she aims to increase student’s readiness for learning through more efficient thinking strategies and to develop resilience in vulnerable students.