Dr David Brown to give talk in Bristol


Dr David Brown comes to the SENSE centre in Bristol on 7th June to give a presentation entitled: CHARGE syndrome after 34 years - an overview with a focus on sensory issues, posture and movement, and self-regulation"


The day is aimed at Families with children with CHARGE Syndrome.

The cost is £20 per person.

There will be a creche available for those who wish to bring their children, however numbers are limited.

David entered the specialist field of deaf-blindness in 1983. He has become a leading and well-published practitioner, particularly with reference to CHARGE syndrome. He has worked with over 150 children and young people with CHARGE syndrome.

David has worked as a consultant with the state deafblind projects in 22 states of the USA. He received an Honorary Doctorate of Science from Central Michigan University for his research work with children with deafblindness.

David was awarded a Star-In- CHARGE award in 2005, the highest award given by the CHARGE Syndrome Foundation.

For further information about this event, please visit the following page:

A presentation on  CHARGE Syndrome by  Dr. David Brown


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