Accredited, high quality Ayres' SI Therapy courses
Vision: To provide world-class, transformational learning and a community of practice in the area of sensory integration
Impact: Our education changes the lives of people with sensory processing and integration challenges
Guiding Values and Principles
Sensory Integration Education is a thriving community of support for all interested in learning more about sensory integration and sensory processing. We are a world-class, international training provider of sensory integration courses,
Our focus, like yours, is the unique human being before you who is experiencing sensory challenges, and how you can help them to achieve their full potential.
Our purpose is to help you understand that individual and their challenges better; to improve your knowledge and therapeutic practice and to research and share ways to continually improve the understanding and treatment of sensory challenges.
We do all this using the proven framework of Ayres’ Sensory Integration Therapy. We have been doing this successfully for 25 years by training those who work with and care for people with sensory challenges and by supporting and disseminating research into Ayres’ Sensory Integration Therapy.
As highly experienced, practising therapists, educators and researchers, we understand your drive and passion for helping people and for life-long, life-changing learning. Our gold-standard, internationally-recognised, and university-accredited courses are developed by a team of ASI clinicians, curriculum designers and educators in order to ensure your learning is clinically focused and has the right level of academic challenge.
Our modular ‘pathway-to-practice’, leading to an MSc in Sensory Integration, was developed with and is awarded by the UK’s Ulster University - internationally renowned for its academic research and development in the field of health and education.
We are proud to be a not-for-profit organisation, investing surpluses back into course development and supporting early-career researchers. We encourage, support, and disseminate research into Ayres’ Sensory Integration Therapy.