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21TRA041 The Disorganised Child
When children are disorganised, they often have difficulty with order and sequence. They may have trouble planning their time and knowing what follows what, how long things will take and what is needed for the task. For example, the child who brings the wrong folder to class, who always misplaces items and who has difficulty starting and/or completing an activity. Make sure not to miss this webinar, where I will be discussing practical strategies and tips to support organisational skills in the school environment.

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Mar 10, 2021 07:00 PM in Dublin

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Jessica Kennedy
Senior Paediatric Occupational Therapist
Jess Kennedy is a multi-award winning Senior Paediatric Occupational Therapist (OT) who is based in Cork, Ireland. Jess has worked in private practice for 7 years in both Australia and Ireland. She founded her company, My OT & Me in 2018 where she provides home-based intervention that is family-centred. Jess has created a motor skills program called Octobox which contains custom designed activities for children aged between 3-9 years old. She also has a learning platform for parents and educators called My OT University where she shares practical tips and strategies around child development. Jess has also been published in the Huffington Post & The Journal of Occupational Science and is an Alumni Speaker for the Global Undergraduate Awards.