PADA Perinatal Seminar Wellington 5 May

PADA seminar recognising World Maternal Mental Health Day, with a focus on FASD
Found in: Events / Wellington
The seminars provide professional development for those care providers working in an environment where they are supporting families affected by mental illness related to pregnancy, childbirth and early parenthood. This covers a huge range of fields - midwives, social workers, support workers, counsellors, GP's, CBE's, Psychologists, Nurses, Mental Health Clinicians etc. We are accredited with the Midwifery Council and midwives receive 8 continuing hours for attending.

Paula Tesoriero - Disability Rights Commissioner
The right to health & Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
What families need to be better supported
Mark Huthwaite - Specialist Maternal Mental Health Service
The Impact of COVID
Denise Guy & Joy Sipeli - Nākū Enei Tamariki Incorporated
Pasifika Shining Lights
Sarah Goldsbury - Neuropsychologist
Tapu While Hapū: Neuropsychological impacts of
alcohol exposure in the womb
Paula Penfold and Emma Barrett
The story of Emma and the challenges of living with
Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

Registration Options
SMO/GPs $150
Other health professionals $100
Students $85
Virtual attendance (via live Zoom) $85
With thanks to The University of Otago and COGS