Public Talk & Open Morning at Cluas Cork:
Children with challenges learn to cope with their environment, they learn to adapt and deal with their struggles as best they can. When conditions change – when they move from one class-room to another, when they get a new teacher, or enter a new school or maybe only change their customary place in the class-room – they have to relearn the skills they have been depending on, to cope with their new situation.
These transitions for children, who are faced with challenges, can be made easier. Children who have Auditory Processing difficulties may not cope well during these important transitions. However, these children can flourish – despite the changes in their school life – by improving their Auditory Processing abilities.
At Cluas we have worked with a significant number of children who have benefited from our programs – allowing them to fulfill their potential to learn and progress at school.
Auditory processing difficulties can also be a significant contributing factor to the difficulties of children with speech and language delays, with dyslexia, dyspraxia and Aspergers syndrome and with other children on the autistic spectrum.
Cluas is continuing its series of talks in April 2012:
Open Morning and Talk at Cluas in Cork
On how Cluas can help children with transitions in their schooling
on Saturday 28 of April 2012 in Cork, from 10am to 12 noon
Ronan Maher, Program Director Cluas
Louise Quinlan, Centre Manager Cluas Cork
These open mornings give parents an opportunity to see the Cluas centre, talk with our staff and find out more about the work that we do.
The Talk and the Open Morning will be held in the Cluas Centre at Victoria Cross, Cork.
To Register to attend:
For further information please contact Cluas on
021 4347221 or email@example.com
Auditory Processing Difficulties,
Speech and Language delays and difficulties,
Aspergers Syndrome and Autistic Spectrum Disorders,
Dyslexia and Dyspraxia,
ADD and ADHD (Attention Deficit Disorders).