ASI WISE | Ayres’ Sensory Integration Wales, Ireland, Scotland and England is our parent organisation and includes the Sensory Project and Through the Senses.
We are a not for profit organisation established in 2017 to provide affordable, accessible hands on education and CPD about Ayres’ Sensory Integration for occupational therapists, physiotherapists and speech and language therapists across the UK and Ireland.
Our OT Directors are all time served clinicians and have developed and lectured sensory integration courses over many many years through different organisations.
Kath Smith and Ros Urwin have also led on the development and application into older adolescent and adult/older adult clinical populations including trauma since 1999 in the UK, supporting and developing this awareness and teaching into Europe and further afield.
We are passionate about ensuring ASI learning remains hands in when it needs to be – to learn essential skills you can’t learn online including for assessment and intervention.
ASI WISE provides a broad range of consultancy, therapeutic and training services about Ayres’ Sensory Integration to individuals as well as the health, education, social, residential and custodial care sector within the UK. We deliver and provide education about Ayres’ Sensory Integration running practical courses and workshops for therapists, teachers and parents. We also offer access to modular training for therapists looking to become Ayres’ Sensory Integration Practitioners.
At Sensory Project we are building a community of support, mentoring and collaboration to equip and empower practitioners in Ayres’ Sensory Integration, enabling them to deliver the best possible, evidence-based therapeutic interventions to each individual. Join our community of practicing therapists today.
Through the Senses is providing additional support and information which you can use to help your clients become experts in their own or their child’s sensory development. Our resources can help others to understand personal sensory challenges and preferences and find ways to use sensory strategies to be able to participate more easily in everyday life. See our growing collection of resources.