The organising committee welcome you to the first ever education event aimed at children and adults with Rett Syndrome. We are delighted to have attracted the internationally renowned lecturer and education practitioner, Susan Norwell as our inaugural keynote speaker. Susan works in every corner of the globe, both teaching students in SEN and working at the ground level with families, schools and therapists. The focus of this year’s conference will be eyegaze and eyetracking technology. Tobii Technology have sponsored this event and will reveal the methodologies developed for Rett Syndrome in professional partnership with Susan and other interested professionals.
The inaugural Rett Education UK event – supported by Tobii Technology, Smartbox AT and Sensory Guru.
Attending professionals will leave with a Certificate of Professional Development.
11-12 July 2014
Two individual one day events held at the state-of-the-art facilities, Hotel La Tour, Birmingham, England
Professionals £100 (Friday 11th)
Family Members £50 (Saturday 12th)
Both days will be full of information and strategies to learn
Rett Education will be held over two separate days, one for professionals and the other for families. Attendees will be there to learn. There will be a small exhibition area for interested companies, but the main aim will be for you to leave more knowledgeable, informed, enthused and inspired to achieve best practice results with your students and family members.
Professionals then Families
Through sharing best practice and learning from success, we can achieve so much more for people with Rett Syndrome. You should attend this event if;
– You have a child or children with Rett Syndrome in your school
– You are an SLT, Teacher, or IT Technician
– You work in a care facility looking after someone with Rett Syndrome
Northeastern Illinois University,
Education Practitioner and Lecturer
Susan Norwell has an international reputation for working with people living with Rett Syndrome.
University of Cardiff,
Professor in Clinical Genetics
Coming from a background in Paediatrics, Angus has worked in Clinical Genetics at Cardiff since 1989, with particular interests in Rett syndrome and ectodermal dysplasia.
Business Development Manager
Expert on how gaze interaction can enable people to communicate, play, interact and explore. Hector works with Tobii to develop new tools for people with all disabilities