Accredited, High-Quality Sensory Integration Courses
Infancy and the two years beyond are known as ‘The 1001 critical days’. It is during this period that the infant develops the foundations for future learning, relationships and behaviour.
At birth, a newborn’s genetic and congenital make-up provides a base for their engagement style, based on the infant’s sensory profile. The way the infant is nurtured, their early relationships and goodness of fit between sensory processing and the environment, strongly influences the baby’s ability to self-regulate. Adaptive self-regulation is the foundation of most aspects of learning and function.
This course will equip therapists to recognise a baby/toddler’s sensory processing style, assist parents to build constructive early engagement and relationships and in so doing promote self-regulation in the infant and toddler.
An SIE certificate of attendance can be downloaded after completing the online course.
|Duration:||Unit 1: Sensory Integration (1.5 hrs); Unit 2: Relationships (2 hrs); Unit 3: Infant Regulatory Disorders (1.5 hrs)|
|Audience:||Therapists and Psychologists. Open to all professionals. Prior sensory integration knowledge not required.|
|Fee:||£65 Also Includes Free Affiliate Membership|
|Lecturer:||Meg Faure, Occupational Therapist and Author of Baby Sense, Sleep Sense, Feeding Sense and more|
|Requirements:||Good internet access