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Brainwave Trust

October 01, 2012 at 1:51 PM

Brainwave Trust is a not-for-profit organization that delivers easy to understand presentations and workshops to parents, professionals and the wider community about the latest scientific research on brain development. Our seminars and workshops cover the risks and protective factors around crucial brain development in the first three years of life and also in the developing adolescent brain.

  • Early Years Presentation
  • Adolescence Presentation
  • Neuro-Science Extension Training
  • Symposiums
  • Training of Educators


Contact: Sue Wright (Executive Director), PO Box 55206 Eastridge, Auckland 1146
ph: 5283981 email:

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Tags: Children Education
Category: Service