Working Collaboratively with Colleagues in Palestine

When: Friday 4th March 12-1pm
Where: Canterbury Campus (Lg48)

Dr Sue Soan and Dr Eve Hutton would like to invite colleagues to a seminar this Friday:

The opportunities and challenges of working collaboratively with colleagues in Palestine on a multi-professional master program for children with autism.

Sue and Eve were invited to the Child Institute at AnNajah University, Palestine in the summer of 2015 to work collaboratively with a number of health professionals to develop a Masters in special needs and inclusion for educators working with children and young people with autism spectrum disorder.

This seminar will provide an account of their experiences, detailing a description of the approach adopted in the curriculum development and their personal and professional reflections of visiting and working in Palestine.

Download the flyer

Places are limited. To reserve your free place, please email alliedhealth.secretary@canterbury.ac.uk

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