sensory processing

Two-day course exploring sensory processing
in children under 5 years old


Who is it for?
For parents and educational professionals working in Early Years and with children up to age 5 in Key Stage 1


Objectives
  • How sensory processing impacts on function/participation in the school day
  • guidelines to identify children with poor sensory processing
  • practical activities and strategies to support children with sensory processing difficulties


Cost
  • £120 for both days


Dates and times
Day 1:   10 November 2017
  • Sensory Processing and motor development
  • Sensory processing and perceptual development
  • Practical strategies for the classroom

Day 2:  24 November 2017
  • Sensory processing and behaviour
  • Sensory processing and attention
  • Practical strategies for the classroom

9.30am-3.30pm both days


Location
Bushy Leaze Children and Families Centre
Eastbrooke Road
Alton GU34 2DR


About the trainer
Alison Cairns, BSc, DipCOT is a member of the BAOT, CYPF and is a specialist member of the Sensory Integration Network of UK and Ireland.  She has been working as a paediatric OT since 1998 and brings a wealth of experience to these informative and practical sessions.


Other information
Lunch and refreshments will be provided 
This course will be recognised by UCAS as a good use of Pupil Premium Funding


How to Book
Download the course details and booking form.  For more information, or if you would like to book a place, please contact Bushy Leaze on 01420 87675 or send us an email







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"..extremely fascinating and can't wait to feed back to colleagues.  It would be useful if all my staff could have this training."  (June 2017)

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