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Key Word Sign Basic Online Workshop

Date : 10 August, 2020 to 24 August, 2020

Time : 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Event Description

Key Word Sign can help people understand what is being said to them, and can be a way of sending a message for someone who’s speech is unclear or still developing.

This workshop is led by an EarlyEd speech pathologist and certified Key Word Sign presenter. Mondays 10, 17 and 24 August 2020, 7.00pm–9.00pm

Key Word Sign is the combination of manual signs and natural gestures, used to support communication. It is designed for use with children and adults who have communication difficulties. This workshop provides a fun and interactive signing experience for parents or carers of a child with communication difficulties.

Numbers are limited to ensure we can provide you with the appropriate level of training. BOOK IN ASAP. We need to send the training material by post. Include your address and email when booking.

An invitation with a Zoom invite will be sent via email in the days prior to the session. All sessions must be attended to receive a certificate.

COST: $375*

Note: A tailored full training session can be organised for organisations on request.

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL. RSVP to [email protected] or (02) 9923 2727

* The cost can be covered using NDIS, HCWA/Better Start, private health, Medicare & private funds.

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