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Forthcoming PDA presentations in Wakefield

I am delighted to inform you all that I am making two presentations on PDA in the Wakefield area.  These are scheduled for the evening of Monday 20th June, from 7-9 pm, and also from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m on the morning of Tuesday 21st June.  The events will be held at the Waterton Park Hotel – The Balk, Walton, Wakefield, WF2 6PW – View Map

Tickets are £10 for parents, and £20 for professionals.  They can be booked via the Eventbrite site, using secure PayPal facilities.

Tickets are selling fast ! A maximum of 50 are available for each presentation; 40 for parents, 10 for professionals.

This presentation will cover :

-Diagnostic features and criteria of PDA :

-How it differs from the more classic Autism profile and presentation

-The distinction between PDA and ODD, and why ‘Attachment Disorder’ is a misconception of PDA

-Case studies from Dr Dyer’s extensive clinical practice across the UK

-Strategies known to work with PDA and those that don’t

-Information about Dr Dyer’s PDA research and her forthcoming book ‘New Insights into PDA’

There will be opportunities for Q & A.

The link to the Eventbrite booking is linked above. Click on the ‘view map’ hyperlink above

Parents attending recent similar events have rated the presentation very highly :

Thank you for your amazing insights into PDA’ (Maxine, Oxford)

‘Dynamic talk. Very precise, informative and passionate. Good to meet someone who understands PDA in children. Thank you Hilary. We need more people like you’ (Jools, Oxford)

‘Lively presentation and an excellent knowledge base’. (Headteacher, Oxfordshire)

‘A breath of fresh air’ (Rachel, Somerset)

‘You have inspired me to want to learn more’ (John, Somerset)

‘Thought provoking and incredibly helpful’ (Andrea, Professional, Somerset)

‘The best presentation of PDA that I have been to. Thank you’ (Karen, Somerset)

‘Brilliant. Informative’ (Sophie, School SENCo, Somerset)

‘I have sat here in tears as you describe my son’s needs and validate my views’ (Parent, Somerset)

 

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