Thursday, November 30
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion
2702 Norland Ave
- Nicole Daga
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Spectrum Lights Parent Group
Family Information Sessions
Question/ Conversation panel with professionals in the field of therapy approaches for ASD.
Thursday, November 30th, 2017
These sessions are an opportunity for families going through diagnosis and wanting to learn more about the different therapy approaches available to you. The presenter will be a professional in their field of study and will be doing a short introduction and presentation on their topic of expertise. It will then be open for question/conversation with families.
These sessions are FREE OF CHARGE but your commitment to attending is mandatory! You must RSVP to Nicole Daga at email@example.com or call at (778) 928-7911 to reserve your spot!
Location : Burnaby Association for Community Inclusion @2702 Norland Ave. Burnaby, B.C. Top Floor, Large Education Room
Presenter November 2nd
Keith Landherr, M.A., OT
Keith is a graduate of New York University’s Occupational Therapy Program and has over 20 years of experience as an Occupational Therapist. Keith has advanced training in Sensory Integration, Therapeutic Listening, Neuro-Developmental Treatment, and is a certified DIR Floortime ® Trainer. He received his feeding and swallowing training from Babies Hospital of New York City. He has presented to child development centers in British Columbia and New York City, and has provided lectures for ICDL’s DIR Floortime ® Training Program, New York City Department of Education, and Babies and Children’s Hospital of New York, and as an adjunct professor of Occupational Therapy at New York University. Keith has training and experience in treating sensory processing differences in individuals from birth through adulthood, early intervention programs, school-based services and private Occupational Therapy clinics. Keith strives to provide family-centered treatment to children and families while honoring their unique histories and individual differences. Keith is currently a Ph.D. student in the Fielding Graduate School for Infant and Child Development