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Sensory Integration Education Autumn Conference 2019
|Summary:||Come along to our Autumn Conference and share an exciting learning and networking opportunity with others studying and working in the field of sensory integration. We very much look forward to seeing you there.|
|Date:||Saturday 16 November 2019. Start time 9.30am with registration commencing from 9.00am. Conference closes at 4.30pm.|
|Venue:||Aston Conference Centre, Aston Street, Aston University Campus, Birmingham, B4 7ET|
|Audience:||Open to all|
|A light lunch is included. Accommodation is not included.|
Conference Chair - Cathy Maguire
Registration and Networking (30 minutes)
|9.30am||Welcome and Opening of Conference - Rosalind Rogers|
Keynote Presentation: From Idea to Action
Using Sensory Integration to Enhance Quality of Life. Developing Autism-Friendly Football Stadiums: A Scoping Project - Alison Double, Jodie Fotheringham, Lois Connolly and Frances Rodgers
|11.00am||Morning Break and Networking (30 minutes)|
|11.30am||Using ASI as an Independent OT Practitioner: A Journey from Theory to Practice - Moyna Talcer|
Silver Jubilee Celebrations and Student Awards Ceremony –
1. Presentation of Advanced SI Practitioner certificates.
2. Legacy Awards for outstanding PG Cert, PG Dip and MSc students of the year.
|12.30pm||Lunch and Networking (60 minutes)|
|1.30pm||OT using ASI Therapy to Improve the Adaptive Behaviours of Children with ASD: PhD Update - Gina Daly|
|1.45pm||A Randomized Controlled Trial of Sensory Integration Therapy vs Usual Care for Sensory Processing Difficulties in Autism Spectrum Disorder in Children (SenITA): Update on National Study - Sue Deport|
|2.15pm||Afternoon Break and Networking (30 minutes)|
|2.45pm||Aquatic SI: Discovering the Benefits of Water-Based Therapy - Emma Jerman|
|3.15pm||SPYoga: From Idea to Action - Mel Campbell|
|4.15pm||Closing of Conference - Rosalind Rogers|
Cathy Maguire - Director of Member Services, Sensory Integration Education
Rosalind Rogers - Chairperson of Sensory Integration Education and Senior Lecturer, School of Health Sciences, Ulster University
Alison Double - Senior Lecturer at the University of Worcester on the Under graduate Occupational Therapy programme and independent practitioner in special schools using the theory of sensory integration.
Lois Connelly - Student occupational therapist from University of Worcester. Lois has completed a degree in BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies and various roles supporting children with learning disabilities.
Mel Campbell -
Moyna Talcer -
Gina Daly - Paediatric Occupational Therapist. She became an Advanced Sensory Integration Practitioner in 2015 and completed her MSc in Sensory Integration in 2016 through the SI Network and Ulster University.
Sue Delport - Occupational Therapist, Lecturer at Cardiff University, Chief Investigator SenITA Study, EASI Country Lead for Wales