Research seminar: Family centred early intervention programmes in Jordan: a grounded theory study into family and occupational therapists’ collaboration

  • Tue 24 Apr 18

    13:00 - 14:00

  • Colchester Campus

    2S2.3.20 (Colchester) or GB.2.43 (Southend)

  • Event speaker

    PhD student Nisrin Alqatarneh

  • Event type

    Lectures, talks and seminars

  • Event organiser

    Health and Social Care, School of

Join Nisrin Alqatarneh on 24 April 2018 to hear about the perspectives of occupational therapists (OTs) and families of children with disabilities in Jordan engaged in Early intervention (EI) programmes.

This seminar will be broadcast to our Southend campus from Colchester via Skype.  If you're based in Southend, join us in GB.2.43.

You'll hear more about the aims of this study which explored how EI programmes apply the family-centred approach, and specifically to investigated:

  • The perspectives of families regarding their role within the intervention, and what steps were taken by OT to establish/encourage this role.
  • The perspectives of OT on how they facilitate family-therapist collaboration within EI programmes.

Places are limited, so please reserve your place for either Colchester or Southend in advance.

Related events