17th - 21st January 2022

Can neuroscience revolutionise education?

Can we improve brain function so that learning is easier?

Can we help all children to reach their fullest potential?

Find out how neuroscience could revolutionise education at this ground-breaking virtual summit from the 17th to the 21st January 2022.

Learn from a wealth of international experts. Make connections via networking sessions and discussions. Discover new concepts, practical steps and a glimpse of what could be the future of education.

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Discover

Neuroscience is evolving neuroplasticity therapies which have the potential to improve brain function and abilities. Neuroplasticity therapies use the brain’s natural ability to form connections with every new experience, to create, restore and improve function in the brain.

The therapies include specific balance, sensory, movement and cognition exercises. At this ground-breaking event, you will learn from experts in these fields how these interventions can lead to improvements in social, emotional, behavioural and academic skills. Importantly, you will gain insight into what this could mean for the future of education.

Connect

Do neuroplasticity therapies have a place in education? Is education keeping abreast of these innovations? What is your experience of neuroplasticity therapies? How might education policy and practice embrace these innovations? Excitingly, what could education look like in the future?

Discuss these questions and more via networking and discussion sessions; and connect with professionals, parents, educators, researchers, therapists, researchers and influencers.

Gain

You will leave this event inspired and filled full of cutting-edge knowledge, novel ideas, great resources, and useful connections. Overall, you will gain a new understanding of how brains can be developed to their fullest potential, thus helping children to reach their fullest potential in life.

Who should attend?

The event is aimed at professionals, researchers, influencers, parents and carers involved in:

  • Parents
  • Education
  • Special Educational Needs
  • Neuro-development
  • Child psychology
  • Physical activity
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Neuro-rehabilitation
  • Functional neurology
  • Paediatrics
  • Neuroplasticity
  • Mental health services