Events

Upcoming Events

2015 ‘Making SENSE of Mealtimes’ with Gillian and Denise
Exciting and essential workshops for all health, education and care giving professionals who support families with mealtime difficulties, fussy eating and feeding problems. Click your city below to book online now.
 

 

 

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Past events for parents and caregivers

Stalls:
MOPS Better Mums Conference, May 2015 & 2014, Booragoon, WA
PBC Expo, August 2014, Perth, WA
Little Hands Festival, October 2013, Melville, WA

Mealtimes Matter group workshops for parents and caregivers for shared problem-solving opportunities for families:
LINK, May 2015, Karratha, WA
Cystic Fibrosis Assoc WA, October 2014, Nedlands, WA
MOPS, September 2014, Subiaco, WA
Booragoon Primary School community, October 2013, Booragoon, WA
Riverton Willetton Kindergarten, May 2013, Riverton, WA
Autism Association of Western Australia, August 2012, Shenton Park, WA
Roberta Jull Family Support Program, May 2012, Gosnells, WA
Connecting with our Children, March 2012, South Perth, WA
Toddlerfest at Scitech, February 2010, 2011 and 2012, Perth, WA

 


 

Past events for professional development

SENSE-ational Mealtimes presentations:
Noah’s Ark inclusion program, October 2014, Ballarat, Vic
AIMHI (WA), April 2014, Subiaco, WA
DOT clinicians, November 2013, West Perth, WA
School of Public Health, Curtin University, October 2013, Bentley, WA
DSC OT clinicians, October 2013, West Perth, WA

Webinar :
Supporting families with mealtime and feeding difficulties, www.educationinnutrition.com.au , October, 2014

Engaging Your Senses workshops:
Mealtimes Matter professional training workshop, March 2012, Perth, WA
Making Sense of the Senses professional training, February 2012, Perth, WA
Tucker in the Territory professional training, June 2010, Darwin, NT
Sensory Matters at Mealtimes professional training, SPOT ON DD, August 2009, Sydney, NSW