SI and special interest groups support therapists and other professional members through the development of local networks. These provide opportunities for sharing research, understanding sensory integration and promoting excellence in practice.
Develop and support local networking
Providing opportunities for members to support each other
Create possibilities for peer support and mentoring
Encourage review and dissemination of published research and articles of interest
Share ideas, innovative and emerging best practice
Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Essex, Enfield SI Group
Contact: Fiona Taylor or Sandi O'Neill
Meetings are held three monthly in Hatfield. Although hosted by Hertfordshire Partnership NHS Trust, the group is open to any professionals with an interest in Sensory Integration working with adults. Members work with adults with Learning disabilities, mental health and within Older Peoples services.
A welcoming group who meets four times a year to discuss topics related to Sensory Integration, discuss cases, share resources, and look at research or developments in practice. We also host an away day once a year. Anyone welcome with an interest in Sensory Integration.
We are a group of mainly occupational therapists, (including Advanced SI Practitioners) and some Speech and Language Therapists meeting up to 4 times a year. Clinical areas: Paediatrics, Adult Learning Disability, Adult Mental Health, Adult Autism Services. Why not join our closed Facebook group?
If you would like to attend, please register on Sensory Integration Education's Therapists Scotland Facebook page or contact Catherine Morris for more information. Please bring photographic ID for the reception staff.