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  • Thu Jun 23 2022, 9:30am–4:00pm
  • Fri Jun 24 2022, 9:30am–5:30pm


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Supporting children with special educational needs is a challenging endeavour requiring the best knowledge skills and resources. Besides being tiring to figure it out on your own it may also compromise the child’s ability to achieve his or her maximum potential.

Help is at hand at UNITE SPLD 2022 – a conference dedicated to place parents teachers or practitioners working with children with Specific Learning Differences (SpLD) in the best position for success.

This annual conference will showcase research that covers aspects of behaviour identification early intervention technology multilingualism assessment and more for children and adults with special learning needs.

It will be delivered via short engaging and entertainment sessions with opportunities to interact with conference speakers to optimise your learning experience. Expect to be equipped with a strong overview of the SpLD field while deep diving into practical solutions presented by international researchers.

Organised by the Dyslexia Association of Singapore (DAS) this year’s conference will be presented along the following themes:

- About Learning Differences
- Intervention and Identification
- Advocacy
- Research in SpLD
- Early Childhood Education
- Higher Education & Technology

Sign up for Standard Online Access to enjoy:

- 1.5 day conference online access
- Free access to virtual exhibition
- Free access to on-demand resource library compromising conference presentation and other resources for 6 months
- Networking sessions with presenters during the “MEET THE PRESENTERS” session
- Panel discussion

The keynote presentations for this year are:

- Dr June Siew (Singapore): The role of special educational needs (SEN) officers in promoting a whole-school approach to support
- Dr Helen Taylor (UK): Dyslexia-associated cognition: Not a disorder but an evolved specialisation in explorative cognitive search
- Dr Kenneth K Poon Lee Chiew Lim & Sherilyn Goh (Singapore): Understanding the emotional and behavioural needs of primary students with specific learning disorders

- CONFERENCE – two-day online conference ticket: S$100; discounted rates available for DAS Parents and RETA Members and ISS Students (please contact DAS)

- VIRTUAL EXHIBITION - free access for participants

- ON-DEMAND RESOURCE LIBRARY FOR 6 MONTHS - free access for participants

Tel: +65 6444 5700 (9:00am TO 5:30pm – Mondays to Fridays)

Registration is open from now till 25 June 2022.

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