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We are very proud to be running a week of programs from the 28th June to 2nd July focusing on employment. This event will take place over a series of free to access webinars, live Facebook streams and specialised focused events for those aged 16-25. Although this event is focused on those served by our Youth Group, any events which are free to view can be attended by anyone with an interest in the subjects involved.
Please see the list of the events below, and links (if required) to attend them, if a link isn’t available for the event that you are interested in then please check back to this page later and keep an eye on our social media channels for when the event is available to book.
My name is Mirela Ivanova and I am a Research Assistant at the Motor Development and Impact (MoDI) Lab at the University of Surrey. I am an undergraduate Psychology student and I am currently in my Placement Year. The research I have been investigating this year has focused on Dyspraxia/ Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD). I have been working alongside my supervisor Judith Gentle and we would like to invite you to take part in our research study, which is investigating the effect of people’s movement coordination patterns on social perceptions.