@MBB Connections: 27th – 30th May 2020
Taught in collaboration with CLASI in the ASI Clinic at MBB Connections, this module will be taught by Dr. Susanne Smith Roley, with support from UK expert therapists in the field of ASI.
“That it is a great course where you’ll gain practical knowledge on sensory integration. It is fantastic to have three amazing OTs to provide you with examples and assist understanding your case studies”. Samantha Senior Paediatric Occupational Therapist
“Do it! Have an open mind be curious brave don’t be afraid to discuss challenge and critique; it will change your practice!” Lindsey Lead OT in Intellectual Disabilities
“A very good course, hands on, very well documented and the best profesionists in Ayres Sensory Integration teaching”. Alexandra PT
“Defiantly do it!” Donna Boygle
“It’s an inspiring practical opportunity to see ASI in action and discuss the practical application. It’s one of the most inspiring and clinically relevant courses I’ve attended”.Jo Scott
“Do it. The course is very practical. The course leaders are extremely knowledgeable and amazing to listen to”. Paula. Children’s OT
“Do it! The course is such a practical and applicable learning experience”. L.E, OT
“I’m so pleased with the course, it’s been absolutely brilliant!”
“I think the hands-on approach is really essential. It’s been great being able to play with the equipment you’ve got here. Really fun.”
This M6 module can be completed independent of any other module by Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Speech and Language Therapists who already have advanced training in Ayres’ Sensory Integration. This includes updating knowledge of recent research in ASI and includes how to use and apply the data-driven decision-making process to guide clinical practice.
Therapists attending for CPD purposes should already have completed relevant courses equivalent to CLASI Levels M1, M2, M3, M4 and M5. (M1, M2, M3, M4 and M5 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 course and can provide evidence of relevant equivalent prior learning will be able to APEL their learning to achieve CLASI CASI Certification meet international standards for the practice of Ayres’ Sensory Integration – ICEASI Level 2.]
The course will be held in a Sensory Integration clinic setting at MBB Connection, Truro Cornwall Week Beginning 25th May 2020 ?? 27-30Th May TBC).
This course 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
- deepen your knowledge and skills to 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 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 course is not a master’s programme module, although some assessment will be required for successful completion.
4 Day Course fee:
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