Sensory Processing Disorder - Training for Groups
Everything you need to know about Sensory Processing!
We have adapted our flagship training course Sensory Processing What's the fuss for groups. The training covers sensory modulation and how to help. The course requires an onsite coordinator to organise the materials and run the day. It can be completed over one day or 3 shorter periods.
The sections of the course are:
Section 1 – Introduction to Sensory Processing, Arousal, and Modulation.
Section 2 – Our 7 senses.
Section 3 – Neurology of Sensory Processing and the Subtypes.
Section 4 – How to Help – Introduction.
Section 5 – How to Help – Ideas for Subtypes.
Section 6 – Optional case study.
The training is designed for:
A parent group wanting to know more about Sensory Processing Disorder.
A group of teachers or teaching assistants working with children or adults who have Sensory Processing Disorder or Autism.
Health Professionals with limited or no knowledge about Sensory Processing Disorder. This would include GPs, social workers, physiotherapists, psychologists and nurses wanting an introduction to Sensory Processing Disorder / Sensory Integration.
‘Would very much recommend for schools.’
‘I think that school staff would find it valuable to help them understand the basics. I like how it can be broken down into sections and can be done at different times.’
For further information about us and our courses please see our website GriffinOT.com.
Kim is an occupational therapist striving to make the world of sensory accessible to everyone! Hailing from Australia but now based in London, she splits her time between creating these courses and working in schools.
Kim has completed her post graduate sensory integration training through the University of Ulster. She has an interest in not only sensory processing, but also autism and attachment.