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.
Starting in utero, the infant begins to establish self-regulation and over the first 5 years of life must self-regulate mood, sleep and feeding. Self-regulation is developed in the context of inherent factors (sensory integration) and extrinsic factors (relationship).
This course will look at three key areas of self-regulation in infancy and toddlers – mood, sleep and feeding. Therapists will understand how typically developing babies self-regulate these areas and how to recognize infant regulatory disorders of mood, sleep and feeding. The course deals with assessment and management of these areas.
An SIE certificate of attendance will be emailed to you after the course.
|Audience:||Therapists and Psychologists. Open to all professionals. Prior sensory integration knowledge not required. MUST HAVE COMPLETED INFANT SENSE INTEGRATION TRAINING PART 1.|
20th November 2020.
5.5 hours - Live, interactive, online training day will start at 9.30 am UK time. The course will finish at 3.10 pm. There will be 3 sessions of 1.5 hours with a break between each session.
|Fee:||£65 Also Includes Free Affiliate Membership|
|Lecturer:||Meg Faure, Occupational Therapist and Author of Baby Sense, Sleep Sense, Feeding Sense and more|
|Requirements:||Zoom - participants will need a Computer/Tablet with browser, good internet access and speakers to hear the presenter.
You will receive an email with instructions for accessing the webinar before the course.