We’re delighted to bring you the online recordings of Meg Faure’s popular Infant Sense Integration Training (ISIT) course.
Following on from the world exclusive of the live online delivery of these courses, we can now bring you the recordings of Meg presenting:
- ISIT Part 1: SI, Relationships and Self-regulation in Infants and Toddlers
- ISIT Part 2: Infant Regulatory Disorders of Mood, Sleep and Feeding
- ISIT Part 3: Sensory Integration Disorders
Occupational therapist and author of esteemed parenting books including Baby Sense, Sleep Sense, Feeding Sense and Weaning Sense, Meg is a highly experienced, passionate and clear communicator. Her ISIT courses are sought after in professional forums and now, for a limited time only, you can access the recordings at your convenience. Find out more about your trainer Meg Faure here.
About Infant Sense Integration Training
Each course compromises 5.5 hours of recorded webinar plus slide handouts, articles and notes - all for only £65 each. You will have one month’s access to the course, allowing you plenty of time to complete it. Click on the links below to find out more about each of the three parts of Infant Sense Integration Training:
Infancy and the two years beyond are known as ‘The 1001 critical days’. It is during this period that the infant develops the foundations for future learning, relationships and behaviour.
At birth, a newborn’s genetic and congenital make-up provides a base for their engagement style, based on the infant’s sensory profile. The way the infant is nurtured, their early relationships and goodness of fit between sensory processing and the environment, strongly influences the baby’s ability to self-regulate. Adaptive self-regulation is the foundation of most aspects of learning and function.
This course will equip therapists to recognise a baby/toddler’s sensory processing style, assist parents to build constructive early engagement and relationships and in so doing promote self-regulation in the infant and toddler.
Starting in utero, the infant begins to establish self-regulation and over the first 5 years of life must self-regulate mood, sleep and feeding. Self-regulation is developed in the context of inherent factors (sensory integration) and extrinsic factors (relationship).
This course will look at three key areas of self-regulation in infancy and toddlers – mood, sleep and feeding. Therapists will understand how typically developing babies self-regulate these areas and how to recognise infant regulatory disorders of mood, sleep and feeding. The course deals with assessment and management of these areas.
The intrinsic contribution of sensory processing has a fundamental effect on all areas of development. Infants with sensory processing deficits may manifest with behavioural, social and emotional difficulties.
This course will look at sensory integration deficits and social-emotional deficits. Therapists will learn assessment strategies for assessing SI deficits in infants. Treatment approaches, including working through the mother and hands on SI interventions will be explored. Treatment techniques for social-emotional deficits in infancy will be discussed.
Please note to proceed to Parts 2 and 3, you must have purchased Part 1. The courses are open to all and prior knowledge of sensory integration is not required.