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Sensory Processing

Sensory Processing Difficulties half-day training

What is it?
Sensory Processing refers to how we take in information through our senses, process, organise and make sense of the information and then respond to it.

Who is it for?
Training is aimed at anyone who has contact with individuals experiencing sensory difficulties or anyone who wants to learn more about the disorder.

Areas covered in the Sensory Processing Difficulties training:

  • The senses – what happens when
    they don’t work properly
  • The differences between hyper and hypo sensitivity
  • Links between sensory processing and anxiety
  • Teaching self-regulation
  • Building skills for life

Delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance

Information Fee
“Sensory Processing Difficulties” Half Day £300

Price exclusive of travel and accommodation costs if applicable.
Evening and Weekend sessions also available.
Minimum 5 delegates per session, maximum 15 delegates per session

 

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