Knowing, guessing, thinking and feeling: Understanding and developing deaf children’s theory of mind to support social and emotional wellbeing
December 1, 2016
- How does deafness affect a child’s ability to make and keep friends?
- How is deaf child’s academic success influenced by theory of mind?
- What can we practically do to develop and nurture these skills?
If you are a user of hearing technology, or a parent of a child who uses a hearing technology, please purchase the £20 ticket. If you are a professional and are watching the conference by yourself please purchase the 'professional individual' £40 ticket. If you are wanting to watch the conference as a group, as part of in house training for example, please purchase the 'professional group' £80 ticket. Please do not share your password. If you require more than one log in, please purchase the relevant ticket.
- Auditory Access for Theory of Mind
- Developmental Stages of Theory of Mind
- Innovations in Theory of Mind Assessment for Deaf Children: Introduction to the ToMI-2
- Mind-mindedness and Shared Play
- Teens: How do we encourage theory of mind and thinking socially
- The intersection of pragmatic language development and theory of mind
- Theory of Mind and Children with Hearing Loss
- Translating Theory of Mind Research into Clinical Practice to Support Children with Hearing Loss: Introduction to Theory of Mind Atlas
- Tuning in to other people: Connectedness, conversation and context
Presentations can be viewed between December 1, 2016 and May 1, 2017