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  • 31 Jul 2015 10:30 | Anonymous

    Don't miss out on our Early Bird offers for ESIC 2015 which end today.

    Book your place here.

  • 16 Jul 2015 17:26 | Anonymous


  • 10 Jul 2015 02:04 | Anonymous

    Due to popular demand, we have now scheduled an additional SI Module course this year  - 12-16 October in Birmingham.

    More information and booking here

  • 08 Jul 2015 09:01 | Anonymous

    The Clinician's Guide for Implementing Ayres Sensory Integration: Promoting Participation for Children With Autism, is now available to purchase from the UK.

    Authors: Roseann C. Schaaf and Zoe Mailloux 

    The price is £79.50 and includes free worldwide delivery. Order online here.

    It describes the most effective, evidence-based way to implement ASI into clinical practice by using a data-driven decision-making approach. Practical information guides practitioners in methodologically understanding the child and creating effective interventions with measurable outcomes. Forms and case examples throughout allow readers to efficiently apply ASI in paediatric practice.

    ESIC 2015 Workshop: Introduction to Ayres SI Guidebook for Children with Autism on 10 September 2015

    You can also attend the ESIC 2015 Workshop: Introduction to Ayres SI Guidebook for Children with Autism on 10 September 2015 delivered by Professor Roseann Schaaf and Dr Zoe Mailloux.

    This one day course will provide an introduction to the Promoting Participation for Children with Autism: A Clinician’s Guide for Implementing Ayres Sensory Integration®(ASI). Course content and activities will introduce the participants to the application of Data Driven Decision Making (DDDM) in ASI by providing an overview of key procedures. We will focus on developing and implementing ASI for children with Autism and identification and measurement of outcomes. Participants will:

    • Learn about Promoting Participation for Children with Autism: A Clinician’s Guide for Implementing Ayres Sensory Integration®
    • Have a basic understanding of the procedures for implementing DDDM in ASI for children with autism, based on the randomized control trial upon which this guidebook is based
    • Understand how to identify and measure proximal and distal outcomes in the DDDM process.
    • Utilize the resources in the guidebook to plan individually-tailored, sensory motor activities designed to foster participation in children with autism.
    Date: 10th September 2015. 9am to 4.15pm

    Fee: £185 (Save £30 if booked with a place at ESIC 2015.)

    Venue: Conference Aston, Aston University, Birmingham, UK

    More information and online booking.


  • 08 Jul 2015 08:58 | Anonymous

    ESIC 2015 is an amazing opportunity for therapists to be able to showcase the difference sensory integration makes to everyday life for the clients we treat.

    At ESIC 2015 we are launching what is right now affectionately known as "the little blue book" - a compilation of case studies and personal stories about Sensory Integration and the difference it can make to someone's life, alongside basic definitions about SI and smatterings of the research evidence supporting SI - a coffee table type book it will have superb photography kindly donated by 2nd year photography students from Falmouth University and their tutor editorial and portrait photographer, Andreas Sterzing.

    This book and what we hope it will achieve is something that you, our member therapists, have asked for, and will be something you can share in your therapy department or clinic, take to management meetings and use to illustrate what sensory integration is and isn't.

    We cannot make a difference and spread the word about SI without you. We get many request from all of you about how we can support you when managers and others ask for evidence and information about sensory integration, but without you, we cannot make this happen.

    You may have heard this story before - but please read it again.

    Remind yourself about how the one story you provide may give someone hope and support, how it may help a manager agree to fund a course or SI Introduction Day for a therapist, or comfort a parent who feels their world is collapsing around them as they struggle to access services.

    Don't think someone else will do it...each of you will have at least one case that stands out and that you might be able to share and you will all know the inspirational and supportive parent or carer or service user who is delighted by how SI has helped or changed their life. Please pass this email on to them or a colleague who like you may be passionate about SI.

    Please submit your story or case study here. The closing date is 30th July 2015.

  • 27 Jun 2015 13:34 | Anonymous

    Sensory Integration is changing the world. Come and find out how during three days of life changing learning in Birmingham, UK. Open to all.

    Book your Early Bird place now and don't pay until 1st September! Monthly instalment plans also available.

    Hosted by SI Network, the theme of ESIC 2015 is Sensory Integration across the Lifespan: the Art and Science, with key speakers including Prof. Roseann Schaff, Dr. Diane Parham and Tina Champagne. 

    The scientific programme, chaired by Dr Zoe Mailloux, includes evidence from within the field of Neuroscience, assessment and measures of SI and sensory processing difficulties and evidence for the treatment of sensory processing difficulties including Ayres Sensory Integration Therapy, Sensory Strategies and more. 
    Workshops including “An Introduction to Ayres SI Guidebook for Children with Autism” are being held on 10th September 2015. 

    Sponsorship packages are also available. 

    To book places please visit www.esic2015.eu/booking


  • 07 Jun 2015 21:44 | Anonymous

    Did you know that the SI Network will donate £100 to help you set up or run a local SI Group for professionals? There are currently groups in South Wales and West, West Midlands and Middle England that are welcoming new members. See more information here.

  • 07 Jun 2015 21:43 | Anonymous
    Open Letter of Complaint concerning the UK College of Occupational Therapists' Briefing 'Sensory Integration'. See more


  • 07 Jun 2015 21:42 | Anonymous

    The SI Network is seeking a part time Director of Postgraduate Education to lead on the planning, development and implementation of all of SI Network’s Postgraduate modular courses.

    More information here

  • 07 Jun 2015 21:40 | Anonymous

    Download the lastest SensorNet magazine. Free to all members!

    • An interview with Suzanne Smith Roley who describes her inspiring journey as an occupational therapist over the past 30 years.
    • An article review on the recently published Roley et al. (2015) article titled “Sensory integration and praxis patterns in children with autism” which highlights the impact of somatopraxis and vestibular functions on social participation.
    • An update from Dr Zoe Mailloux on why this year’s European Sensory Integration Congress (ESIC 2015) should not be missed.
    • An article reporting on a Weighted Blanket audit undertaken by Coventry’s Children and Young People’s Occupational Therapy.
    • A case study sets out how sensory integration has helped a young client in his teens and includes his parents’ feedback on how this intervention has helped them understand his difficulties and adjust accordingly.
    • An update from this year’s National Autistic Society Conference in Harrogate.
    • Plus more

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