Sensory Awareness and Movement Differences Workshop
June 22 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Information Session Covers:
- Developing foundational knowledge in Sensory & Movement differences and building upon this with practical applications, tools and examples.
- Overview of the senses; functions and physiology
- Sensory Integration Dysfunction, and related disorders
- Common difficulties/observations for people with hypo/hyper arousal of each sense.
- Practical sensory experiences; understanding own preferences
- Sensory relations to anxiety/behaviour
- Management ideas
- An introduction to movement differences
About the presenter Joyce-Lyn Smith
Following the mentoring program with Professor Anne M. Donnellan University of San Diego and Martha R. Leary (SLP) Halifax, Nova Scotia in 2009, Joyce-Lyn and a co-worker, Karl Jacks, developed this information program to help explain what was happening for people with Sensory and Movement Differences. Joyce-Lyn is passionate about supporting people with complex support needs and has worked in human services for 20 years.
Who should attend? Information is relevant to everyone, no matter their degree of experience in supporting people with disabilities. The session is targeted towards people with sensory processing problems, family members or Service Providers supporting adults with a disability. The information is useful for any age group.
Session Cost $80.00 per service provider member, $60 per family member includes course materials, morning/afternoon tea, and lunch.
LIMITED TO THE FIRST 24 applicants.
To confirm your place contact Kel mailto:kel@PoDDSS.com.au or phone 07 47006854