About me

My name is Silvia Angel. I am an education consultant, a Lámh tutor and a mother of two boys, one with autism.

Through my work, talks, and courses, I promote values of inclusion and acceptance so that children with all disabilities can grow and become full participants within their families and communities.

As a facilitator and trainer, I teach Lámh sign language to both professionals and families. Lámh is designed to help children with language delay to communicate in a fun and easy way. To view my list of Lámh courses and workshops click here.

In addition to facilitating Lámh courses, I give presentations at both national and international conferences about improving education and clinical supports for children with special needs.

If you would like me to visit your organization, contact me to chat about how we can work together.

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Biography

Biography

Silvia is an educational consultant and the founder of Silvia Angel Education.

She has worked as an educator in Early Intervention services in Ireland since 2002.

Silvia completed her degree in Social Studies at the University of Ramon Llull, Barcelona, and completed a BA in Psychology of Education with the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Also, she completed a Diploma in Autism Studies with University College Cork.

In 2005, Silvia completed PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) training. In the same year, she qualified as a Lámh sign language tutor.

Early on in her career, she trained in the Portage Model -an early intervention programme that promotes family centred intervention. This influenced her work hugely with families.

Recently, Silvia has given presentations at national and international conferences such as the National Progressing Disabilities in Limerick, and the Down Syndrome World Congress in Glasgow, Scotland.

 

Testimonials

"We want to introduce more Lámh into our ASD classroom. Silvia was extremely helpful. Her ideas for implementing Lámh were excellent."

Amanda Allen
ASD Unit Teacher – Ravenswell School. Bray. Co. Wicklow

"Standing ovation for the powerful take home messages for therapists working with families."

Special Needs Parents Association Of Ireland

About me

My name is Silvia Angel. I am an education consultant, a Lámh tutor and a mother of two boys, one with autism.

Through my work, talks and courses, I promote values of inclusion and acceptance so that children with all disabilities can grow and become full participants within their families and communities.

As a facilitator and trainer, I teach Lámh sign language to both professionals and families. Lámh is designed to help children with language delay to communicate in a fun and easy way. To view my list of Lámh courses and workshops click here.

In addition to facilitating Lámh courses, I give presentations at both national and international conferences about improving education and clinical supports for children with special needs.

If you would like me to visit your organisation, contact me to chat about how we can work together.

Subscribe to my newsletter

Receive monthly tips and Lámh sign videos to improve signing with your child.

Biography

Silvia is an educational consultant and the founder of Silvia Angel Education.

She has worked as an educator in Early Intervention services in Ireland since 2002.

Silvia completed her degree in Social Studies at the University of Ramon Llull, Barcelona, and completed a BA in Psychology of Education with the Autonomous University of Barcelona. Also, she completed a Diploma in Autism Studies with University College Cork.

In 2005, Silvia completed PECS (Picture Exchange Communication System) training. In the same year, she qualified as a Lámh sign language tutor.

Early on in her career, she trained in the Portage Model – an early intervention programme that promotes family centred intervention. This influenced her work hugely with families.

Recently, Silvia has given presentations at national and international conferences such as the National Progressing Disabilities in Limerick, and the Down Syndrome World Congress in Glasgow, Scotland.

Testimonials

"We want to introduce more Lámh into our ASD classroom. Silvia was extremely helpful. Her ideas for implementing Lámh were excellent."

Amanda Allen
ASD Unit Teacher – Ravenswell School. Bray. Co. Wicklow

"Standing ovation for the powerful take home messages for therapists working with families."

Special Needs Parents Association Of Ireland