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Sensory processing difficulties

A half-day course


To improve understanding of the eight senses and recognise the relationship between sensory dysfunction and behaviour.

Help those affected, to manage daily sensory difficulties such as stress, behavioural difficulties, anxiety and processing.

Learn strategies and develop programs that can change behaviours and improve functional performance and participation.


  • Understanding the eight sensory systems and recognise what can happen when there is a dysfunction
  • Identify the difference between hypo and hyper-sensitivity
  • Recognise the links between sensory processing difficulties, stress and anxiety
  • Learn strategies and develop programs that can change behaviours and improve functional performance and participation

Delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance.


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