"Think Sensory Not Behaviour" - A workshop to empower staff : ‘Understand Sensory Processing’

7th Dec 2018

Organiser
Prince Bishops Teaching School Alliance
Target Audience
School Leaders

NB: This is a partner event, please contact the provider above regarding booking

Friday 7th December 2018 – Ramside Hall Hotel, Durham, DH1 1TD

Prince Bishops Teaching School Alliance is working in collaboration with Tree Tops Children’s Occupational Therapy. Tree Tops is commissioned by schools to deliver assessment and intervention programmes including graded motor skills, sensory diet programmes, strategies/advice and training.

“Our primary goal as occupational therapists is to enable the child to do things that will enhance their ability to participate, or modify the environment to better support participation” (World Federation of Occupational Therapists 2004).

Tree Tops believes in children reaching their maximum potential. They have many years of experience in the field of paediatrics and, for over ten years, have developed long standing contracts with PCTs and Local Education Authorities specialising in ADHD, DCD, Autism, Sensory Processing Disorders and listening with the Whole Body.

This one day workshop will provide you with techniques to:

- Help children stay on task and provide strategies for a calm and happy classroom
- Empower staff to understand Sensory Processing
- Provide an understanding as to how it affects a child’s behaviour
- Provide tools to meet the sensory needs of children

To book your place please visit:

https://www.pbtsa.co.uk/training-and-events/cpd/

Location

The Ramside Hall Hotel - Durham - DH1 1TD

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