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[1 Mar, 2016] Think Big Expect the Best (Kingston Upon Thames)

Discussion in 'Midwifery Events and Study Days' started by Events, Feb 4, 2016.

Think Big Expect the Best
Start Date: 1 Mar, 2016 08:30 AM
End Date: 1 Mar, 2016 06:30 PM
Time Zone: Europe/London +00:00 GMT

Location:
Kingston University
Penrhyn Road
Kingston Upon Thames KT1 2EE

Posted By: SuperNurse

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    Why attend?

    -The vibrant programme offers a range of presentation exploring different dimensions of deafness

    - Recieve beautiful pattern canvas goody bag full of useful gadgets and resources

    -Hear from high-profile speakers, experts in deafness and Deaf service users themselve

    -Network with other professionals, share knowledge and experiences and reflect on current practices with fellow midwives, students and MSWs

    -Gain and update your knowledge about maternity care provision to Deaf parents

    - Be inspired by truly emotional stories from our speakers

    -Gain an even greater insight into your profession by becoming Deaf aware

    BSL accessible

    LAST YEAR ATTENDANTS' REVIEWS

    ‘Today has most definitely prompted me to think about my communication practice as a professional. I feel much more aware of how I would possibly be able to promote communication needs and to provide a holistic and individualised care to deaf parents on their journey into parenthood. ‘

    ‘It has really opened my eyes and raised awareness of maternity services and the inequalities that Deaf people face when they access health services.’

    ‘I have made learning sign language as a long term goal in my personal development portfolio. I would like to increase my knowledge further.’

    ‘Informative, interesting and stories were inspirational.’

    To Book

    Website: http://www.deafnest.com/#!conference-2016/c17qa
     

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