Monday 25th March 2019

Oriel House – St Asaph, Denbighshire

One day course on Sensory Processing difficulties.

Delivered by Moyna Talcer, an Independent Consultant Occupational Therapist and Advanced Practitioner in Sensory Integration specialising in working with Autism Spectrum Conditions, Dyspraxia and Sensory Processing difficulties. After working for the NHS for 15 years, most of which in pediatrics’, following the arrival of her son, Moyna set up her independent practice where she now provides specialist assessment and intervention for clients with Autism Spectrum Conditions, sensory processing difficulties and motor coordination difficulties throughout the lifespan. Moyna also lectures and mentors students for the Sensory Integration Network affiliated with Ulster University on their MSc Modular pathway on the Neuroscience and Advanced practitioners modules. Moyna is currently carrying out her MSc research in the Sensory experiences of mothers with Autism Spectrum Conditions.
Website: www.moynatalcer.co.uk

Learning objectives:
• Understand the terminology relating to sensory processing and its presenting difficulties
• An overview of the neuroscience behind sensory processing and how the sensory systems support         learning and development
• How to spot the red flags relating to sensory processing difficulties
• Practical group work to experience sensory processing dysfunction
• Group work to think about sensory processing strategies to implement in your clinical areas for clients  with sensory processing difficulties
• Evidence base of sensory strategies and interventions
• What to do if you have concerns about your clients

For a booking form contact: [email protected]

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