SI Module 2/3: From Assessment to InterpretationSummary:
This course aims to develop the participants’ skills in evaluation and clinical reasoning based on a sensory integration framework. Audience:
Occupational Therapists, Speech & Language Therapists and Physiotherapists only
Length: 2 x 5 day blocks. (Participants must attend both blocks of this course). The course will run from 9am to 5pm each day. Registration on Monday will commence at 8.45am. The course will finish at 3.30pm on the Friday.
Fee: Gold Member Fee: £1,950Bronze Member Fee:
Plus 25% or upgrade to paid membership
Instalment plan option available (12 x monthly payments of £162.50)
A light lunch is included. Accommodation is not included.
Lecturers: International lecturers plus experienced senior lecturing team.
The SI Module 2/3 course, accredited by Ulster University, is the second part of the modular pathway which also offers the opportunity to work towards a Post Graduate Diploma or Masters in Sensory Integration.
Recent advances in neuroscience support the application of the theory of Sensory Integration (SI) as a treatment approach with children, adolescents, adults and with older adults.
This course aims to develop the participants’ skills in evaluation and clinical reasoning based on a sensory integration framework. It builds on the theory of Sensory Integration from the SI 1: Foundations and Neuroscience course to enable participants to use this knowledge in the evaluation and clinical reasoning process in the context of their specific client group.
Interpretation of this information is promoted through analysis and clinical reasoning enabling goal-setting and intervention planning and consideration of the research evidence as applied to diverse populations.
A comprehensive evaluation requires a broad spectrum of information obtained through clinical observation, questionnaires, interviews, and standardised assessment. Interpretation of this information is promoted through analysis and clinical reasoning.
This course comprises modules 2/3 delivered over 2 teaching blocks.