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ASI and Supporting Parents of Children With Autism: The Role of Occupational Therapy

“…When creating an intervention plan, occupational therapy practitioners evaluate children with autism using observation and parent and teacher reports and also interview parents about their child’s relationships and eating, self-care, and daily living skills…” Ayres Sensory Integration intervention is one of the most frequently requested and highly utilized interventions in autism. This intervention has specific requirements for therapist qualifications and the process of therapy. This…

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Sensory Integration and Sleep

Kath and the team at ASI Wise have been working alongside Hunrosa to develop and deliver an online interactive education programme for parents and professionals about sleep. This programme complements face to face consultation and training delivered in the South West and further afield about sleep and self-regulation. More about Hunrosa Hunrosa is part of the British Sleep Society and is a member of the…

How do the ASI Wise CLASI CASI Modules fit together to support my learning to be an ASI Practitioner?

To book on one of our modules including our classroom-based modules please visit www.sensoryproject.org/shop. You can transfer onto our programme, accrediting your prior learning. For more information on our easy APEL process, please see our website or FB group.

Workshop: Ayres’ Sensory Integration for Health and Wellbeing

Our two day workshop is a “great opportunity to reflect on clinical practice and learn new skills”. Find out more about the application of Ayres’ Sensory Integration beyond childhood to support health and wellbeing. We can also offer 2 or 3 day onsite bespoke training and consultation for your organisation to support the development of sensory integration informed care pathways.

Celebrating International Women’s Day 2019

This international women’s day, ASI wise are remembering and celebrating Dr. A. Jean Ayres a neuroscientist, educational psychologist and occupational therapist who pioneered the concepts of sensory integration and its impact on human learning and development. She wrote books, papers and research articles, mentored therapists and offered pioneering therapy to children, inspiring therapists over the globe to take her work and research, develop, teach and…

What survival looks like in school – a resource for understanding children with trauma

This fantastic resource from Inner World Work, a parent and carer online resource and support site, explains how children with trauma might respond and react in difficult situations. Beautifully illustrated and easy to read it is a great way to help teachers and other adults, who come into contact with children living with trauma, to understand a little more about what might be going on…

Advertise with ASI WISE

Do you have a vacancy in your team? Advertise your post FREE with us, to reach Sensory Integration Practitioners across the UK, Ireland and further afield. Contact us for more details. You will need to send us your advertisement which should include: Your logo (jpeg file preferred) Advert description (as a word document) Contact email address, website and any relevant social media links Closing date…

The Importance of the Sensory Environment for Premature Babies

Read more about one family’s journey through neonatal intensive care and what they have learned about the impact of the sensory environment on the developing nervous system of premature babies in this blog post By Anna Lee Beyer  

Health and Safety Fears Getting in the Way of Child Development

Ofsted has warned that some early years education providers have “undue concerns” about letting children play outside, climb and run around. These health and safety fears are hindering children’s ability to build up muscular strength and dexterity. Without taking risks, children’s “natural inquisitiveness” is stifled, Ofsted’s annual report said, “In the early years, a crucial part of preparing children for school is developing their muscular…

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