UNDERSTANDING SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDER
Mar 10 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm£25.00
Does your child or children you work with struggle with noise, movement, touch? Are they always seeking sensory feedback or do they not register pain or discomfort? The Contented Child brings you sensory processing difficulties. A workshop, for professionals and parents who have a child with sensory processing difficulties (SPD). The workshop looks at how sensory processing difficulties may present in the child. Looking at the child who seeks out sensory feedback, to the child who actively avoids touch (hypersensitivity) and the child who is under responsive (hyposensitivity).
Our workshop, aims to
Understand developmental stages of sensory processing Sensory processing difficulties in the early years The hypersensitive/hyposensitive child How sensory processing difficulties impact on behaviour Sensory processing and associated conditions Strategies and activities to support the child who struggles with sensory processing.
Delegates will have an opportunity to gain a theoretical overview of sensory processing difficulties. Delegates will explore the impact on the child’s behaviours and ability to learn, when they are experiencing SPD. Delegates will be supported to think about the environment at nursery/school/home. Delegates will be supported to understand and use strategies that enable children with SPD to, cope in the environment and make progress.
Parking free at the venue if displaying a sign ‘With The Contented Child’