The NZ ADHD Association will be represented at Brain Day 2017, held at the University of Auckland’s Business School, Owen Glenn Building, Grafton Road, Auckland, on Saturday 25th March, from 9.30am.
Brain Day Auckland is a free public event, held at the University of Auckland Business School. Workshops, panel discussions and presentations from leading scientists and clinicians from the Centre for Brain Research will explore how our brains create and perceive the environment around us. Interactive art, music and neuroscience demonstrations will entertain the whole family.
Find out more about Brain Day in Auckland.
A Good Start in Life is a Ministry of Education-led project, aimed at co-designing a future that meets the needs of the parents and whānau of disabled children.
This co-creation workshop is for parents, whānau and people who support them and will be at Disability Connect, 3B Olive Road, Penrose, on Thursday 23 March, 7.00pm-8.30p.m.
– When driving to Disability Connect please allow plenty of time to get there for the 7.00pm start, as 45,000 concert-goers will be heading to the Adele concert (in the same area) for a 7.30pm start.
– Car parking is available and Elizabeth will be awaiting attendees and issuing business cards to put on your car’s dashboard.
– Tea/coffee and a slice will be available for those who arrive before 7pm.
– Whilst Olive Road will be open until 9pm, it will be busy as a pick up / drop off point for concert goers. Please take care.
To RSVP, please contact Elizabeth Goodwin at Connect and Co on:
email@example.com or 027 283 4526.