Intro to SLD Part 4: Non-Verbal and Visual Perceptual-Motor Deficit


A Non-Verbal Learning Disorder is usually characterised by a significant discrepancy between higher verbal skills and weaker motor, visual-spatial and social skills, while Visual Perceptual / Motor Deficits affect the understanding of information that a student sees, or the ability to draw or copy.

This webinar will:

– Provide an overview of Non-Verbal Learning Disability and Visual Perceptual / Motor Deficit

– Review the signs and symptoms

– Provide teaching strategies to support curriculum access

APST requirements met:

1.2 Understand how learners learn

1.5 Differentiate teaching to meet the specific learning needs of learners across the full range of abilities

3.3 Use teaching strategies

This webinar is the final in a series of four specifically designed to assist primary and secondary school staff, to develop their knowledge about specific learning difficulties.

Presented by:- Gail Preston
B.Ed, GDSE, MEPA, TEACCH Certified Practitioner


Our program facilitator Gail Preston has over 30 years’ experience in special education as a classroom teacher, specialist teacher, principal, academic and educational consultant. Gail has spoken at local, national and international conferences on various topics within the special education and inclusive practice fields.


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