(01J29) Classroom SI Module 1: 27 November - 1st December 2017 - Birmingham, UK
This Ulster University-validated postgraduate module is designed to equip participants with the knowledge required to apply current sensory integration theories to their everyday practice. This course is open to Occupational Therapists, Speech & Language Therapists and Physiotherapists. Psychologists registered with HCPC or medical doctors who have GMC registration (or the equivalent) can apply for SI Module 1 only.
The aim of this classroom based SI Module 1 course is to enable you to understand the current neuroscience, and the relevant and emergent theories, concepts, and practices, related to Ayres’ Sensory Integration. You will be able to relate sensory processing to the underlying neurology and evidence base of sensory integration.
This means at the end of the module, you will have the foundation knowledge to understand the theory and practice of sensory integration theory and its evidence base. In addition, you will be able to draw on this knowledge to interpret structured clinical observations.
SI Network (UK & Ireland)
The SI Network (UK & Ireland) is a not-for-profit organisation, promoting education, good practice and research into the theory and practice of Ayres' Sensory Integration.Find out more about the SI Network (UK & Ireland) See all SI Network (UK & Ireland) documents on the gateway