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Research - Exploring the Evidence

SI Evidence Based Guidance

The following SI Module 4 lecture is available to Therapist Members only. If you would like to join the Sensory Integration Education, please see here.

Access the lecture here.

Evidence-based guidance for those in Health, Social Care or Education Commissioning Services for Children with an Autistic Spectrum  Disorder (ASD)

Research Abstracts

Join us as a paid member and search our Sensory Information Knowledge Bank for resources, research, products and books on sensory-related topics. This ever-growing repository covers a vast array of topics: from ADHD and Autism to eating, sleeping and toileting difficulties; from infants and school children to adults and older populations; from emotional regulation to trauma; from sensory seekers to sensory avoiders.

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SI Research - How can I help?

Contribute to the Evidence Base

Sensory Integration Education is committed to supporting research related to Sensory Integration. Developing the evidence base will help raise awareness, develop training/education and work towards therapeutic interventions being accessible and available to any individual who may benefit. Without a robust evidence base the application of SI as an approach and as an effective intervention will continue to be questioned. It is essential that everyone contribute to this evidence base in whatever way they can.

  • Has SI impacted on or changed yours or the lives of those you work with? 
  • Has it changed how you provide services? 

No matter how small, an audit, a ‘Patient Story’, Service user feedback and/or a service evaluation, Sensory Integration Education is interested in supporting this evidence to be shared.

Sensory Integration Education is invested in supporting the development of researchers in SI. There is already great work being done and an evidence base being developed but we need more. 

Make a Donation

If you would like to make a donation to support research in the area of sensory integration you can do so below. Any donations will be used to support the Sensory Integration Education Research Grant Awards

Please note that Sensory Integration Education is a not-for-profit organisation, but not a charity.

Thank You for your support!

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