Sensory Processing is at its core, information processing.
We use our senses to make informed decisions about our surroundings and how we should react to them. If one of our senses overreacts, or underreacts, it will greatly affect how we behave in our environments.
Sensory Processing is one of our MOST fundamental aspects. So, we need to look after it well, and understand what it is, and what to do if one (or more) of our senses are not entirely functioning in a “normal” way.
This course is mainly aimed at teachers and parents, as topics include what the symptoms are at home and in the classroom when a sense is over- or under reactive, and what to do in these situations. This course does have international accreditation and you will receive 50CPD points for completing it, therefor it is open for all professions as well.
Come and learn how Sensory Processing affects various aspects of ourselves, from balance to eating to potty training to interest in our environment (AD(H)D and ADD). Also learn about the similarities between Sensory Processing and Autism, and Sensory Processing and AD(H)D.
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50 CPD Credits