Ayres’ Sensory Integration® Intervention Modules (M5 & M6)

M6 – ASI Intervention Hands-on Practice with Experts (M5 online is a compulsory pre – requisite unless you have previously completed Fidelity Rater Training)

Module 6 is taught in collaboration with CLASI was taught by Dr. Susanne Smith Roley, with support from national leaders in the field of ASI.

The module is focussed on intervention in practice; relevant affordable training suitable for Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Speech and Language Therapists.

Therapists wishing to attend M6 should have completed relevant modules/courses equivalent to CLASI Levels M1, M2, M3, and M4 and M5. (M1, M2, M3, M5 and M6 are CLASI courses covering Ayres’ sensory integration theory and neuroscience and comprehensive assessment; including the SIPT/EASI; interpretation and clinical reasoning).

Therapists who successfully complete this module and provide evidence of relevant prior learning will meet international standards for the practice of Ayres’ Sensory Integration – ICEASI Level 2.

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This module will:

  • consolidate your past learning; neuroscience, assessment and clinical reasoning
  • develop and deepen your knowledge and skills to use and apply the Data-driven Decision-Making Tool
  • develop and deepen your knowledge and skills to use and apply the Fidelity Tool including as part of reflective practice
  • develop your knowledge and skills to critique and practice Ayres Sensory Integration; planning, delivering and evaluating Ayres’ Sensory Integration Therapy informed by latest research and evidence-based practice

Learning will allow you to observe clinical reasoning and intervention live in a practice setting suitable for clients across the lifespan, with case study demonstration and opportunities to explore and use the equipment.

Module 5 (online) is a pre- requisite for M6, and introduces intervention via the Fidelity Tool.

M5 : Evidence-based ASI Intervention including Fidelity to Intervention

Module 5 introduces the research and manualized methods of ASI intervention including the Fidelity to ASI Intervention measure that assists researchers and clinicians to distinguish between interventions that are faithful to the principles of ASI and those that do not meet the criteria.

Module 6 Evidence-based ASI Intervention Hands-on Practice and review

Module 6 provides the opportunity for therapists to observe experts in ASI intervention strategies to work in a clinic equipped meeting the criteria outlined in the Fidelity measure. Participants bring a completed case to the course for analysis in small group and whole group discussion including interpretation of assessment findings, identified outcomes, and intervention strategies, design, and refinement of the fidelity to the ASI intervention principles.

The module is not a master’s programme module, although some assessment will be required for successful completion.

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2 thoughts on “Ayres’ Sensory Integration® Intervention Modules (M5 & M6)

  1. Hi there.
    I’m an Occupational Therapist working in CAMHS in Poole, Dorset. I’m employed here as a Community Practitioner (generic role), but there has been talk of me taking on an OT role and they have suggested I may be able to complete sensory training. As a mum of 3 and working part-time (3 days a week), I’m just trying to work out if this is feasible!
    I’m a bit confused about what is involved in the sensory training you offer, what is required to be fully qualified, when and where the training takes place and the total cost. Please can you give me a break down of this?
    Many thanks,
    Jen Thomas

    1. Hello please email hello@asi-wise.org with your question. Thank you

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