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The March 2016 Edition of SensorNet includes:
- A letter from the Chair - Rosalind Rogers, summarises the happenings from the SI Network since the last edition.
- The Big Interview: Dr. Sylvia Goh, newly appointed Sensory Integration Network Director of Postgraduate Education, talks to SensorNet about her motivation for learning.
- Yoga and Sensory Integration: Mel Campbell, Occupational Therapist, shares her learning about integrating Sensory Integration into her Yoga teaching.
- ASI 2020 Vision - Brief summary on where the project is at and how you can stay up to date on developments.
- Review of the International Coalition for Education in Ayres Sensory Integration (ICEASI) Conference 2016. We hear about the progress made during a recent meeting hosted in the UK.
- SI from around the world. How Sensory Integration theory and practice has evolved in Poland.
- Lecture Notes - Lucy Taylor, a parent, shares her learning experience from a “Developmental Trauma” course.
- Sensory Integration Network Out and About – The events team provide us with a summary from the Children, Young People and Family’s (CYP&F) Conference.
- Learning from the students perspective. Una O Farrell, Irish Occupational Therapist, shares her final year research project with us.
- Research - Gemma Cartwright, Director of Researcher Development, provides us with an update on the recent Sensory Integration research from across the lifespan.
Remember that the easy click-on links in the magazine will put you directly in touch with the editorial team and we welcome feedback and ideas for future editions.