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(4501) Is It Sensory or Is It Behaviour? 9-10 March 2017, Birmingham

  • 09 Mar 2017
  • 09:00
  • 10 Mar 2017
  • 17:00
  • The Studio, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham, B2 5EP, UK
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Is It Sensory or Is It Behaviour?

Summary: 

This highly interactive 2 day workshop, using case studies, video analysis and group problem solving, will introduce participants to a concrete methodology to guide clinical observations. Participants will analyse why children behave the way they do, sort out sensory problems from other causes, untangling sensory behaviours from a myriad of other behaviours, and then set up an intervention program addressing the core problems first.  

Audience: 

This workshop is designed for occupational, physical and speech therapists, psychologists, other professionals and parents.    

Length: 

2 days - Registration will start from 9:00am. Course will start at 9.15am and finish at 5.00pm    

Fee:

Silver/Gold Member £380
Bronze Member Fee: Plus 25% or upgrade to paid membership
Instalment plan option available (4 x monthly payments of £95.00)
A light lunch is included. Accommodation is not included.

Lecturers:

Carolyn Murray-Slutsky, MS OTR, C/NDT and Betty Paris, PT,M. Ed. C/NDT.

Overview:

Answering the question “Is it sensory or Is It behaviour?” requires more than meets the eye.

Therapists must be able to:

  • identify the underlying causes of behaviours;
  • develop intervention strategies to alter the behaviours;
  • remediate the underlying
  • problems,
  • and implement these programs in multiple environments.

This highly interactive workshop, using case studies, video analysis and group problem solving, will introduce participants to a concrete methodology to guide clinical observations. Participants will analyse why children behave the way they do, sort out sensory problems from other causes, untangling sensory behaviours from a myriad of other behaviours, and then set up an intervention program addressing the core problems first. Participants will learn the common pitfalls that keep negative behaviours alive, and will develop and use replacement behaviours and positive behavioural strategies to promote desirable behaviours.

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