Sue Mclaren | Project Coordinator
Animal Fun

Sue Mclaren, Project Coordinator, Animal Fun

Sue is the Research/Project Coordinator for “Animal Fun” which is an early intervention program designed by physiotherapists, occupational therapists and psychologists from Curtin University in Perth. She has a Social Science background and has wide experience of working with children and families – especially children with special needs. Sue shares some of the current research together with her personal experience and knowledge about the importance of developing motor skills in the early and the benefits of implementing early intervention evidenced based programs in helping children to be ready for the demands of formal schooling. She has co-authored four peer reviewed journal papers and has presented these research findings at conferences nationally and internationally.


Day 1 @ 12:00

Making the connection: Motor skills and mental health in the early years

  • Exploring the shift from play based curriculum to academic achivement
  • The importance of motor development in the early years in the role of future academic achievement and overall mental health
last published: 20/Mar/19 21:15 GMT

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