Thursday, 21 April 2016

Key Word Sign workshop for research: University of Sydney


Speech pathology researchers at the University of Sydney are investigating the impact of Key Word Sign training. They are calling for volunteers to participate in a Key Word Sign workshop, free of charge, where you will learn a vocabulary of signs that you can use to communicate  with someone with a disability.

Training workshops for parents of children with Down syndrome will be offered in person or via the internet. You might be able to participate in this study if you have

  • a child with Down syndrome aged between 18 and 42 months
  • English is your first language
  • you have not attended a KWS workshop before
  • y0u have internet access

Contact the researchers for more information:

Dr Andy Smidt   andy.smidt@sydney.edu.au 
Aylin Huzmeli    ahuzz8561@uni.sydney.edu.au
Elsie Chang        echa7982@uni.sydney.edu.au

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