If so then you might be interested in these events:
Develop Your Sensory Lexiconary teaches you the development of 7 sensory systems and shows you how to use this knowledge to better support cognition, communication, engagement and wellbeing for people with profound disabilities. The Lexiconary is CPD accredited and has been described as life changing by past delegates. 26 April in Bath, 22 May in Newcastle, and 23 May in York.
The Super Sensory Lexiconary the whole of Develop Your Sensory Lexiconary, plus at least two extra sensory systems, guest speakers and exciting ideas. 20 and 21 June in Brighton
Sensory Engagement for Mental Wellbeing teaches you simple sensory strategies you can use immediately to support the mental health of people with profound disabilities, and also your own mental health. This day is CPD accredited and past delegates have reported being able to put what they learned into action right away. 5 July in London, and 18 October in Tamworth.
Sensory Engagement for Sensory Beings; a beginners guide A day for people new to supporting people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, looking at playful and structured ways to promote engagement. Containing a multitude of ideas and inspirations and fabulous guest speakers. 1 November in London and 16 October in Birmingham.
The Counter Intuitive Course A day for people who are experienced at supporting people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, intended to extend and challenge your existing good practice. With insight from contemporary research and knowledgeable guest speakers. 4 July in London and 14 Novmber in Birmingham.
Ambitious and Inclusive Sensory Storytelling Learn the ingredients of a truly super sensory story, and how to use sensory stories to ambitiously include people in the richness of life. 9 May in London, 15 November in Birmingham, and 17 October in Tamworth.
Exploring the Impact of the Senses on Behaviour
A day that very much does what it says on the tin, great for anyone who supports someone who expresses difficulties through their behaviour. This day fits with a positive approach to behaviour and has been very well received by SENCOs and parents of children described as having “challenging behaviour.” 10 May in London and 28 June in Birmingham
There are concessionary tickets for parents/family members/students and group discount tickets for groups of three.
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