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The July Edition of SensorNet focuses on the use of Sensory Integration within Mental Health:
- A letter from the Chair - Rosalind Rogers, summarises the happenings from the SI Network since the last edition.
- The Big Interview – Kath Smith, Occupational Therapist and Director of Learning in the SI Network, talks to SensorNet about how a Sensory Integration approach can be adopted into clinical practice.
- Practice Based Feature: Clare Omoyele and Claire Smith, Occupational Therapists, both speak to SensorNet about how they have incorporated Sensory Integration into their practice within the mental health setting.
- ASI 2020 Vision– Brief summary on where the project is at and how you can stay up to date on developments.
- Sensory Integration online learning – We find out more about what the SI Network has to offer online.
- SI from around the world –Tina Champagne shares her views on how far SI has developed within the mental health setting and details a case example on how Sensory Integration made a positive change.
- Lecture Notes – Andy Reeves, shares his learning experience from the “Sensory Integration for Mental Health and Wellbeing” course.
- Sensory Integration Network Out and About –Summary from the Ayres Sensory Integration study day hosted by the Speech and Language. Therapy Clinical Excellence Network.
- Learning from the students perspective – Jenny Quinn, Occupational Therapist, shares her SI Module 4 Case study with SensorNet.
- Research updates - References and abstracts for recent articles related to sensory processing and neuroscience.
- SI Network Research Vacancy – Details on a job vacancy within the SI Network is provided for readers to apply.