The Sound Learning Centre Blog

Visit to the Isle Of Man - February 2009

Phil

Pauline Allen recently visited the Isle of Man and on 12 February gave a talk 'Practical Solutions to Learning Difficulties' to parents, carers and other interested parties at The Sefton Hotel in Douglas.

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Using Lighting Technologies to Influence Mood, Health and Wellbeing

Phil

Pauline Allen gave a short presentation entitled "Light For Wellbeing", on 1 April 2008. This was part of UK Displays & Lighting Knowledge Transfer Network series of meetings with the theme "Using Lighting Technologies to influence Mood, Health and Wellbeing". It was a one day, cross-disciplinary, event at The Hesperia Hotel, Victoria, London, SW1V 1QA, U.K.

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First Global Professional Lighting Design Convention

Phil Talks

Pauline Allen addressed the PLDC Convention on Friday 26 October 2007 under the title "Lighting up people's lives – practical applications of light therapy in a clinic based environment". The conference was held from 25 till 27 October 2007 at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel, Kensington, London, U.K.

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The Norwegian Light Society

Phil Courses

Pauline Allen presented The Sound Learning Centre's SenseAbility course on Saturday 29 September 2007 to members and non-members of the Norwegian Light Society. On Sunday 30 September 2007 she gave a talk about the work of The Sound Learning Centre.

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Bérard AIT Conference

Phil Events

Pauline Allen gave two papers at the conference which was held on 8 and 9 September 2007 in North Haven, Connecticut, U.S.A.. She presented The Sound Learning Centre's latest findings on the wider influence of Auditory Integration Training on the Visual Systems and on Neuro-Developmental Delay.

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Police Raise Funds

Phil

​Children of The Little Sparks charity have benefited from the fund-raising efforts of the their local police force. The charity raises money to children with neurological problems and the Sound Learning Centre has provided treatment for several youngsters via the charity.

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