The PMLD Conference III

The PMLD Conference III

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Join a multitude of speakers in a day/month packed full of insight for supporting people with profound & multiple learning disabilities

About this event

Hosted online in a private Facebook group this day will feature a wide range of presenters including people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.

All the presenters have one thing in common: they want to see the world change for the better for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.

Delegates will have access to presentations on demand until the end of October.

The Presentations:

Alison Pettitt Special School Teacher/Parent - Weaving time and pupils.

Andrew Colley Researcher/Senior Lecturer - Lives Lived Well .

Anna Cauvin Parent and Intensive Interaction Practitioner - A French inclusion story.

Claire Graham Activity Coordinator at Inclusion Unlimited - Sensory Cupboard Raiders.

Dr Gill Brigg Teacher/Theatre Maker - Exploring Emotions within Stories: Teacher as Actor.

Gwyneth McCormack Positive Eye - Positive Looking Visual Skills Programme.

Heather Bailey "An ordinary housewife from Cheshire!" - Grieving is the Healing.

Joanna Grace Researcher/Founder of The Sensory Projects -

As the host of this event Joanna will do three live presentations 10am, 12noon and 2pm these will introduce and link presentations whilst also sharing content on the theme of: Missing Voices.

Jyoti Jo Manuel Special Yoga - Yoga at the Children's Trust co-presented with:-

- Sarah Townsend Quality Improvement Lead at The Children's Trust,

- Wenna Watts Specialist Teaching Assistant at The Children's Trust.

Matt Laurie Community Artist and Special Needs Consultant - Rapport-Based Musical Interaction.

Mollie and Ellie Enthusiast and Artist - A PMLD Friendship: A Profound and Meaningful Lifelong Devotion.

Sarah Parkes Teacher/MA in Special education - Using resonance boards with people with profound and multiple learning disabilities.

Victoria Navin Founder of Rhyming Multisensory Stories - A train ride through India - a multisensory exploration

More presenters still to be announced!

To find out more about the presenters announced view the album here.

With additional live content on launch day!

The speakers presentations will be uploaded as videos to the conference page in four waves during the day on Jan 22nd along with additional content and live welcome, links and thanks happening at 10am, 12noon and 2pm. Presentations will remain available to view until February 28th.

Important access information:

Purchasing a ticket will entitle you to join the private Facebook group dedicated to this event. This group is the virtual room in which the conference will be held. Those inside the room will be able to view the presentations, those outside will not.

Once you have purchased a ticket please request access to The PMLD Conference III Facebook group immediately. You will need to provide your ticket number in your request.

Note: If you wait to request access you may experience difficulties getting into the event on time as Facebook only allows 50 people in per day.

If we are not already connected on Facebook you are welcome to make that connection here .

If you experience any difficulties contact thesensoryprojectsofficeteam@gmail.com and we will help you out.

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