Dr Magdalena Bełza-Gajdzica’s webinar entitled “After the diagnosis. The development aspects of autism and Asperger syndrome” will be held as part of „Aware University of Silesia” social campaign. The meeting will be translated to Polish Sign Language. You can watch the broadcast onFacebook and YouTube channel of the University of Silesia.
Dr Magdalena Bełza – Gajdzica – special education teacher, deaf education teacher, Doctor of Social Sciences at the Institute of Pedagogy of the University of Silesia in Katowice. Member of Special Education Section and Self-Education Team for Doctoral Students at the Committee on Education Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Vice-Chair of Polish Educational Research Association – branch in Cieszyn, Availability Coordinator at the Faculty of Social Sciences. Since 2008, she has been actively involved in providing practical support for disabled students within the framework of activities carried out at the University of Silesia in Katowice. She is the author of research and many scientific publications concerning different aspects of disability. Her detailed bio can be found on the website of the Institute of Pedagogy.
The „Aware University of Silesia. Autism” campaign is carried out as part the project entitled “DUO – University of Silesia – available, universal and open”, which was co-funded under Operational Programme Knowledge Education Development for 2014–2020, Action 3.5 Complex programmes for universities. You can read about the campaign details on the project website.