The first step to interacting and working with students with disabilities is understanding the different disability types and developmental milestones. This forms the foundation for every technique and approach you will need in your working with them.
This insightful course examines typical and atypical development and the different developmental milestones, while debunking common myths associated with disabilities. Explore the International Classification of Functioning, Disabilities and Health by World Health Organisation and get acquainted with key characteristics of ADHD, ASD, and Dyslexia.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
$70.00 per pax (before funding and before GST)
$35.00 (before GST and after e2i funding)
e2i funding is not applicable for participants receiving other funding from government sources for this workshop. 100% attendance is mandatory.
In the event an individual who is not eligible for funding signs up and pays the funded course fee, RCTC reserves the right to bill the outstanding amount (unfunded portion). RCTC's decision will be final.
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VCF Funding is available for employees of NCSS Member Agencies and MSF-funded AgenciesMore Information
CTG Funding available for Parents and Caregivers of children with special needsMore Information
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For professionals working with children with special needs.More Information
e2i funding available for Singaporean and Singapore Permanent Resident current employees of Student Care / Tuition Centres / Enrichment Centres or Social Service Organisations.More Information
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For physiotherapists and occupational therapists working with persons with disabilities.More Information
Workforce Singapore (WSG) Funding is applicable to Singaporeans and PR physiotherapists and occupational therapists, working with persons with disabilities.More Information