A SLD Nelson course for parents and teacher aides-
Dr Paul Taylor on Austism
Category: Autism, specific learning difficulties, parents, teacher aides
Date: 5 June, 7-9pm
Where: Barnicoat Room, Tasman Library, entrance off Queen Street, Richmond
Cost: $20+gst (limited to 15 places only)
NB. This evening with Dr Paul Taylor is a part of the full 6 week SLD course, with these additional 15 places being opened up for those just wanting to attend this one-off session on autism.
Proudly organised for you by-
SLD (Specific Learning Difficulties) Nelson Inc is a local association that uses evidence-based information to work with SLD learners. They are a part of LDANZ.
SLD are grateful to all speakers who are donating their time and sharing their knowledge and resources.
Dr Paul Taylor (Children’s Autism Foundation Board Advisor)
Dr. Paul G. Taylor is an experienced consultant paediatrician. During his 34-year career as a specialist Paul has developed a strong interest in Autism Spectrum Disorder and enjoyed working directly with countless young people with autism, their families and their schools. Paul has worked as a Paediatrician in Northland and understands the need for this research.
An expert in autism and the neurology of dyslexia, speaks and entertains groups all over New Zealand and has written an informative book on the subject.