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R 99
Online Course (2-3 hours)

Speaker: Luke Lamprecht

By law, all professionals are required to report child abuse and abuse of children and adults with disabilities. Keeping an ethical frame with outside/ additional intrusions on client confidentiality is a complex process and causes a great deal of anxiety in the practitioner, particularly in a system that is often very hard to navigate. This course will equip the practitioner with the relevant legislation, protocol for investigation and the various ages of consent that come into play when having to report abuse.

HPCSA awards 3 Ethics and 3 General CEU's

Earn CPD points by viewing the talk and answering 15 questions related to the content.

You will have access to the course for 3 months. In order to receive the allocated CEUs, the quiz must be taken before 31 December 2019.
R 199
Online Talk

Speaker: Dr Tilly Mortimore

Not always easy to love - your dyslexic adolescent - but you can guarantee that if you are feeling bad, your child will be feeling worse…. The transition from primary to high school is often a challenge but it is an inescapable irony that it should coincide with that tumult of change that heralds the start of adult life.  This talk will pinpoint the ways in which dyslexia and changing school demands can heap up the stress and how we, as parents, can help our children (and ourselves) to navigate these sometimes troubled waters. 

HPCSA awards 3 CEUs

Earn CPD points by viewing the talk and answering 15 questions related to the content.

**Content will be available to view for three months from the date of purchase.  In order to receive the allocated CEUs, the quiz must be taken before 31 December 2019.

Log 10 SACE PD Points (Level 1)

R 199
Online Talk

Speakers: Amy Coleman and Danielle Gluckman

The prevalence of anxiety disorders amongst school-aged children is on the rise, both in South Africa and across the globe. This debilitating condition impacts irrevocably on the young person’s academic success as well as their social and emotional development. This presentation will focus on the influence a child’s sensory system has on anxiety and the emotional well-being of the learner in the classroom.

HPCSA awards 3 CEUs

Earn CPD points by viewing the talk and answering 15 questions related to the content.

**Content will be available to view for three months from the date of purchase.  In order to receive the allocated CEUs, the quiz must be taken before 31 December 2019.

Log 10 SACE PD Points (Level 1)

R 199

Online Talk

Speaker: Casha Meintjies

Peripheral vision may be the most important aspect of the visual process, although it is often overlooked as it is not formally evaluated in a standard eye exam. This talk will highlight the role of the peripheral visual pathway in the vision process and how it can impact an individual’s ability to read and learn.

HPCSA awards 3 CEUs

Earn CPD points by viewing the talk and answering 15 questions related to the content.

***Content will be available to view for three months from the date of purchase.  In order to receive the allocated CEUs, the quiz must be taken before 31 December 2019.

Log 10 SACE PD Points (Level 1)

R 295
Online Talk

Speaker: Professor André Venter

There have recently been several developments in the formulation and types of medication available for children and adults with ADHD in South Africa. Although the landscape has not changed significantly in terms of what medication has to offer, these developments are more cost effective and are therefore having a profound effect on the availability of suitable medications. This presentation will highlight the pharmaceutical developments while revisiting the benefits and side-effects of these medications. It is essential that professionals working in education and its related fields take cognisance of these new developments in order to better understand the medication that our learners are currently using.

HPCSA awards 3 CEUs

Earn CPD points by viewing the talk and answering 15 questions related to the content.

**Content will be available to view for three months from the date of purchase.  In order to receive the allocated CEUs, the quiz must be taken before 29 February 2020.

Teachers Log 10 SACE PD Points (Level 1)

R 295
Online Talk

Speaker: Melodie de Jager

This talk focuses on the intricate causes of child behaviours through looking at the brain and the neurological system. You will gain a better understanding of a child's brain functioning, how pathways are mapped out and how these affect behaviour in the classroom or at home. Dr de Jager's motto for the talk: If a child could, he would.

HPCSA awards 3 CEUs

Earn CPD points by viewing the talk and answering 15 questions related to the content.

**Content will be available to view for three months from the date of purchase.  In order to receive the allocated CEUs, the quiz must be taken before 30 April 2020.

Log 10 SACE PD Points (Level 1)

R 295
Online Talk

Speaker: Hennie Vorster

Emotional Intelligence refers to an individual’s capacity to be aware of, control, and express his or her emotions, and to handle interpersonal relationships judiciously and empathetically. In this presentation Educational Psychologist, Hennie Vorster, will discuss the physiology of emotions, providing the understanding needed for parents, educators and health professionals to support children to develop Emotional Intelligence, whilst at the same time developing their own.

HPCSA awards 3 CEUs

Earn CPD points by viewing the talk and answering 15 questions related to the content.

**Content will be available to view for three months from the date of purchase.  In order to receive the allocated CEUs, the quiz must be taken before 30 April 2020.
Log 10 SACE PD Points (Level 1)
R 295
Online Talk

Speaker: Sasha Mannion

Pharmacogenetics is the science of using your genetic code to guide the effective and safe dosing of medication. DNAlysis Biotechnology has brought this technology to South Africa with their Medcheck DNA test, providing healthcare practitioners with the tools they need to optimise patient care. This presentation will provide insight into the science of pharmacogenetics and how it can impact the lives of children and adults taking prescription medications.

HPCSA awards 3 CEUs

Earn CPD points by viewing the talk and answering 15 questions related to the content.

**Content will be available to view for three months from the date of purchase.  In order to receive the allocated CEUs, the quiz must be taken before 29 February 2020.

Log 10 SACE PD Points (Level 1)

R 295
Online Talk

Presenter: Mitzi Hollander

In this presentation Mitzi will use a case study to explore brain injury and its impact on everyday life. Motor vehicle accidents, concussion and exposure to environmental toxins can all exhibit similar symptoms of brain injury. Mitzi will discuss the most common symptoms of a wide spectrum of brain injuries such as fatigue, memory loss and impaired executive functions. She will delve into key elements that are often overlooked in the rehabilitation process - exposure to sunlight, sleep, oxygen, exercise and nutrition.

HPCSA awards 3 CEUs

Earn CPD points by viewing the talk and answering 15 questions related to the content.

**Content will be available to view for three months from the date of purchase.  In order to receive the allocated CEUs, the quiz must be taken before 29 February 2020.
Log 10 SACE PD Points (Level 1)
R 295
Online Talk

Speaker: Dr Natalie Solomon

The Polyvagal Theory is the product of decades of research by Stephen Porges. Through this lens we see the role of the autonomic nervous system as it shapes experiences of safety and affects our ability for connection. It provides a neurobiological framework for understanding the connection between the mind, body, and emotions. Polyvagal Theory gives therapists, teachers and parents a neurophysiological framework to consider the reasons why people act in the ways they do.

HPCSA awards 3 CEUs

Earn CPD points by viewing the talk and answering 15 questions related to the content.

**Content will be available to view for three months from the date of purchase.  In order to receive the allocated CEUs, the quiz must be taken before 29 February 2020.

Log 10 SACE PD Points (Level 1)

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