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International Conference
on Early Intervention for child
and supporting his family
will be held in Radom from April 23-25, 2009. 

Organizers:



Educative Centre
for Blind and Partially Seeing Children
in Radom

 

 

 


 

Board of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship

in Warsaw

Department of Public Education and Sport

Department of Culture, Promotion and Turism

 

 

Kolegium Nauczycielskie w Radomiu

opieka naukowa
Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

 

 

 Applications

The idea of the conference was running parallelly to development of  Department of Early Supporting for Visual Impaired Children “Gleam of Hope” at Educative Centre for Blind and Partially Seeing Children in Radom. Originators of the conference are people involved in early intervention for children and supporting their families.

National and foreign centers supporting the youngest children possess their own reach experience but also look for proven manners and methods as well as new inspirations. There is a big need for exchanging opinions, experiences and knowledge concerning new development directions of early intervention. We believe that the conference will give us the possibility.

 During the conference you will have a chance to take part in plenary sessions and panel sessions – workshops. They will let all of conference participants actively present their achievements, ideas and experiences in work with handicapped children and their families as well as to discuss several matters.

Participants who want to actively take part in a panel session are requested to:

  • confirm their participation and submitting a subject of presentation until January 31st, 2009,
  • send the presentation in English at the e-mail address: Specjalnu Ośrodek Szkolno Wychowawczy dla Dzieci Niewidomych i Słabo Widzących, ul. Struga 86, 26-600 Radom, POLAND with description KONFERENCJA until February 28th, 2009

Time of the single panel session - 1½ hour, number of participants 10 – 20 people.

The conference will be accompanied by poster session and exhibition. We will appreciate if participants would like to present posters, photos, aids, toys – materials they use in their work.

Participants who want to actively take part in a poster session or exhibition are requested to:

  • confirm their participation until 31.03.2009r.

Polish will be the official language of the conference, but organizer assures simultaneous translation into English.

An integral part of the meeting will be also promotion of culture and history of Mazovia region where the conference will be held..

Participation in the conference is free of charge.

Because of organizational reasons ca. 100  participants who are working with children and their families in early intervention are welcome.

Applications will be accepted in order of their submission.

Kindly please fill out the application form available on our website: www.soswwyszynski.pl 

Detailed conference schedule will be announced later.

For further information please send your inquiry to:

    1. M. Sc. Norbert Barszczewski – Director of Educative Centre for Blind and Partially Seeing Children in Radom
    2. M. Sc. Agnieszka Szafrańska-Beczek – Psychologist of Educative Centre for Blind and Partially Seeing Children in Radom
    3. M. Sc. Marzena Wolska – Logopedist of Educative Centre for Blind and Partially Seeing Children in Radom

at the e-mail address: konferencja@soswwyszynski.pl

 We believe that our initiative will attract your interest and wholeheartedly invite you to take part in the conference.

 Yours faithfully,



International Conference
on Early Intervention for child
and supporting his family
Radom 2009


Conference program


Thursday, 23th April 2009

09.00 – 10.00 check-in in „Gromada” hotel 9, Narutowicza St.(for guests staying in the hotel)
 
10.00 – 12.00 participants registration - Institute for Sustainable Technologies (Instytut Technologii Eksploatacji), 6/10, K. Pułaskiego St. in Radom(time for preparing of poster session and exhibition in a hall)

12.00 – 12.30 inauguration of the conference

12.30 – 13.00 lecture „Conception of early intervention in a context of UE directives and Polish solutions” – prof. Zofia Palak, chief of Institute of Special Psychopedagogy of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin

13.00 – 14.00 lunch

14.30 – 15.45 workshops (hold in parallel groups):

1. „Early intervention – preparation to integration” – dr Maja Sitarczyk, typhlopedagogist, Educative Centre for Blind and Partially Seeing Children in Cracow

2. „Supporting of communication development of child born deafblind” – Małgorzata Książek, chief of essential department TPG

3. „Successes and defeats in common persuances to vision development by partially seeing children” – Renata Stępniak, typhlopedagogist, teacher - therapist of vision development, Early Intervention Workshop at Educative Centre for Blind and Partially Seeing Children in Radom

15.45 – 16.45 coffee break (touring poster sessions and exhibitions)

16.45 – 18.00 workshops (hold in parallel groups):

1. „Educational and Methodical foundations of complex help (rehabilitation) for children of early childhood with visual impairments (experience of ERC “Lewenia”). Film Children Development Centre „Lewenia” – Vira Remazhevska, director of ERC „Lewenia”, Lvov, Ukraine

2. „Sensory Integration Therapy as a method of work with multi-impaired child covered by early intervention – praxis notes” – Beata Bujak, typhlopedagogist, oligophrenopedagogist, teacher - therapist SI, Marlena Podlasińska, typhlopedagogist, oligophrenopedagogist, teacher - therapist SI, Early Intervention Workshop at Educative Centre for Blind and Partially Seeing Children in Radom

3. „Early intervention as a chance of deficits compensation and stimulation of development of blind and partially seeing children” – Abramowicz Ewa, Early Intervention Team coordinator, Agnieszka Zarzycka, logopedist of Early Intervention Team, Educative Centre no. 6 for Blind and Partially Seeing Children in Lodz
20.00 ceremonial integrational supper for participants and guests in „Gromada” hotel

Friday, 24th April 2009

09.00 – 9.30 lecture „Contribution of home environment in utilization of rehabilitational values of tactile books” – dr Zdzisław Kazanowski, Institute of Pedagogics of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin
 
09.30 – 10.00 lecture „ECERS-R – Early Childhood Environmental Rating Scale” dr Piotr Gindrich, Institute of Special Psychopedagogy of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin
 
10.00 – 11.00 coffee break (touring poster sessions and exhibitions)
 
11.00 – 11.30 lecture „Usage of Brazelton Scale in Early Intervention process ” – dr Grażyna Walczak, Higher School of Special Pedagogics in Warsaw
 
11.30 – 13.00 workshops (hold in parallel groups):
 
1. „observe–measure–act – incessantly interlacing processes of diagnosis and therapy in early intervention in a natural environment of a child” – Elżbieta Kleczek – psychologist, Blindeninstituts sigtung Wurzburg/ Fruchforderung München, Germany.
 
2. „Presentation of Newborn and Little Child Rehabilitation Counselling Centre and ortoptic therapy” – Marzena Żółtaniecka, typhlopedagogist, licensed ortoptist, Julia Kania, physician, Newborn and Little Child Rehabilitation Counselling Centre „Medicus”, Opole
 
3. „My experiences in practices of motion of little blind and partially seeing children” – Hanna Pracharczyk, Blind and Partially Seeing Rehabilitation Counselling Centre, Poznań
 
4. „It's never too early to help children” – Monika Dziopa, early intervention teacher, Bożena Słowik, vision development teacher, Educative Centre for Blind and Partially Seeing Children in Dąbrowa Górnicza
 
13.00 – 14.30 lunch
 
14.30 – 15.00 lecture „Conclusions for further activities in early intervention comming from WWKSC program hold in 2005-2007” – dr Teresa Serafin, Ministry of National Education
 
15.00 – 16.30 workshops (hold in parallel groups):
 
1. „Early Intervention in Czech Republic” – Małgorzata Sedlmayerowa, Early Intervention Centre in Liberec, Czech Republic
 
2. „Presentacion in supporting of little children development" – Beata Furmańczuk, typhlopedagogist, therapist of early rehabilitation, Bożena Kazanowska, Paweł Misiarz, physiotherapists, Aneta Dmitruk, Ewa Sękowska, therapists of early intervention, Beata Krzych, typhlopedagogist, oligophrenopedagogist, Mirosława Błaziak, vision rehabilitian, typhlopedagogist, oligophrenopedagogist, Monika Lenard, Agnieszka Tura, Early Intervention Team in Educative Centre for  Partially Seeing Children and Youths in Lublin

3. „Specifics of perceptional and motoric disorders by children of early childhood and methods of their improving” – Magdalena Wójcik, doctoral student of Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, „Krok po Kroku” („Step by Step”) Diagnosis, Therapy and Development Centre in Lublin

4. „Educational function vs. children's needs, or how to love wisely and educate wisely” – Elżbieta Bromowicz, Psychological - Pedagogical Advisory Centre no. 1 in Radom
 
16.30 – 17.15 coffee break (touring poster sessions and exhibitions)
 
17.00 End of panel session of the conference (presentation of students of Teachers College in Radom, summation – conclusions of the conference)

Saturday 25th April 2009

10.00 – 12.30 visit in Educative Centre for Blind and Partially Seeing Children in Radom, 86, Struga St. – presentation of the Centre
 
13.30 trip to Radom Village Museum, taking part in cultural knowledge practises „Around traditions of Mazovia”. Ceremonial summation and ending of the conference with participation of representatives of Board of the Mazowieckie Voivodeship, handing out certificates.

Conference program (.doc)

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