SFYC - Professional Options - Inclusion Conference

SFYC - Professional Options - Inclusion Conference

Professional Options – Inclusion Conference

Friday 3rd March 2017

Venue Open from 8.45am. 9.15am to 3.30pm

Alton Maltings Centre, Maltings Close, Alton GU34 1DT

Keynote Speaker - Alison Cairns

The keynote speech will cover a broad overview of what sensory processing means in relation to development

Alison qualified as an OT in 1989, specialising in Paediatrics since 1998. Trained to an Advanced Practitioner level within Sensory Integration theory and practice, She has worked in both NHS and charitable sectors, and now solely in independent practice since 2014. Her expertise is within ASD, sensory processing and sensory integration treatment.  Alison works across all age groups during her week, from pre-schools to college aged students. Alison works privately with some families, but also has direct contracts with 2 nurseries, 3 resourced provisions and for many children with EHC plans in mainstream schools across mid and north east Hampshire.

Workshops – Max of 2 workshops to be attended on the day.

  1. Sensory Processing – Behaviour and attention (Alison Cairns, Occupational Therapist)

To understand how sensory processing difficulties impact on behaviour and attention. The differences between sensory processing difficulties and behaviours, considering strategies to support sensory processing and attention.

  1. Making Sense –(Sharon Wilson, SENSECERE) - Unavailable

Offers a chance to gain an insight into the senses, alongside environments and why it can be challenging for children with additional needs.  What can be triggers fo stress and what can we do to reduce these anxieties for children? Taking a deeper look into the connections between sensory experiences and behaviours.

  1. Sensory Impairment – (Val Lucas, Specialist Teacher Advisor)

This workshop will raise awareness of visual impairments, discuss eye conditions found in the early years and look at the effects that a visual impairment has on development. Exploring strategies for overcoming barriers.

  1. Sensory Integration – (Leigh Baldwin, Treloars)

Using sensory integration strategies in the early years setting. A practitioners perspective. Treloar's is a charity focussed on supporting and developing young people with physical and complex disabilities. We work with them to expand their horizons and maximise their independence to improve their potential in future life. 

Price: School and other professionals £80.00, EYFS practitioners £50.00, Parents £20.00

Description Quantity Price Buy
Workshop: A - Sensory Processing (Parents)
30 £80.00
Workshop: A - Sensory Processing (EYFS pracs)
28 £80.00
Workshop: A - Sensory Processing (Schl/Other)
28 £80.00
Workshop: B - Making Sense (Parents)
0 £50.00
Out of stock
Workshop: B - Making Sense (Schl/Other)
0 £80.00
Out of stock
Workshop: B - Making Sense (EYFS pracs)
0 £50.00
Out of stock
Workshop: C - Sensory Impairment (Schl/Other)
30 £50.00
Workshop: C - Sensory Impairment (EYFS pracs)
30 £50.00
Workshop: C - Sensory Impairment (Parents)
30 £50.00
Workshop: D - Sensory Integration (Schl/Other)
29 £50.00
Workshop: D - Sensory Integration (EYFS pracs)
29 £50.00
Workshop: D - Sensory Integration (Parents)
30 £50.00

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