Our Bullying and Harassment course enables attendees to gain knowledge regarding where bullying occurs, how bullying is incorporated within the law as well as how risk assessment should be implemented.
Improve understanding and how to support a person with sensory processing disorder or sensory management issues.
What is sensory processing? How does it affect the senses? How can it be recognised? How can we better support a person with the condition? Our Sensory Processing Disorder Course provides an understanding of the condition, including the symptoms and behaviours associated with it. It will also explore diagnosis and recognition of the difficulties as well as explore therapies and interventions to improve support and wellbeing of those experiencing sensory challenges
Sensory Processing Disorder (formerly known as sensory integration dysfunction) describes a difference in the way that some people’s senses are processed by the brain. Sensory Processing Disorder is a complex disorder of the brain that affects at least one in twenty people in the general population. The prevalence of SPD is much higher in children who are gifted and those with ADHD, Autism, fragile X syndrome and other neurodiverse conditions, than in the general population.
What does Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Course cover?
- The definition of sensory processing disorder
- Sensory processing difficulties and how they affect a persons experience of the world
- The 8 senses, internal and external, affected by the condition
- The links between anxiety and sensory issues
- Anxiety reduction and regulation strategies
- Sensory management and individual coping strategies
Who is our Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Course for?
Our Sensory processing disorder course is for those working with individuals who experience sensory processing difficulties which may include those on the autistic spectrum, ADHD or other neurodiverse conditions. This includes health and social care settings, foster care and education. This course is geared towards children but can be tailored to adult settings if required.
What will you achieve?
By the end of the course, you‘ll be able to…
- State the definition of sensory processing disorder and label associated conditions
- Identify sensory processing difficulties and how they affect a persons experience of the world
- Label the 8 senses, internal and external, affected by the condition
- Understanding the links between anxiety and sensory issues
- Develop anxiety reduction and regulation strategies
- Improve sensory management plans and individual coping strategies
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