The world as we know it has changed…
The pandemic turned every aspect of our lives upside down, and now it’s our duty
to pick up the pieces and fix what’s broken.
Do we understand what we’re seeing?
And how can we fix things if we don’t properly understand them?
Our children have been widely affected and as paediatric professionals, this is our
Join us as we learn about what the pandemic has meant for our kids
scholastically, emotionally, physically and developmentally.
With talks by experts in their respective fields all whom will explore their topics
both from a local and international perspective, comparing what we in SA are
seeing and doing to the rest of the world, and ensuring we are keeping on-top of
our game and leading our professions from the highest levels.
What are schools worldwide doing about curriculum, catching kids up, academic
and developmental delays…
The change in childrens anxieties, lost social skills, missed learning of
communication, body language, facial expressions, new fears and phobias, covid
babies and toddlers- attachment disorders, how it differs around the world, and
how to address it?
What has covid meant for children eyes and vision? The impact of the increased
screen time..What can we do?
What are the residual covid symptoms or after effects? How have our kids
immune systems been affected and how can kids build their immune system
again? Which vitamins or other treatments have proven successful.
How can we learn from other countries…
Should kids have the vaccine? If so, at what age? What is the impact or side
effects of the vaccine in kids. Are there any learnings from covid?
What is the biggest impact of covid in kids development? Which milestones are
being missed? What skills are mostly affected?
What new issues have arisen and which older ones have increased?
R1780 (Up to 28th March 2023)
R1950 (From 29th March 2023)
Group Rate PP (4 or more)
R1780 (per person)
Special Needs Coordinators
The Westin Hotel, Cape Town
8am – 4:30pm
Sunday 23rd of April 2023