(G62) Your Guide to Qualifying as a Sensory Integration Practitioner - On Demand WebinarCourse
With Stephanie Ruppel, Occupational Therapist, Advanced SI Practitioner, and Postgraduate Education Director at SIE and Penny Stewart, Occupational Therapist, Lead for Academic Programmes at SIE
(G01) Understanding Sensory Processing and Integration in Children (For Parents and Carers)Course
This short course will help you better understand the senses and how we process information from our senses. It will introduce you to what sensory issues can look like in a child’s behaviour and engagement and how to support them.
(G02) Understanding Sensory Processing and Integration in Adults With Learning DisabilitiesCourse
Our “Understanding Sensory Processing and Integration for Parents and Carers” course has been adapted to provide a focus on adults with learning disabilities (also known as intellectual disabilities)
(G03)Understanding Sensory Processing and Integration in Teenagers and Young Adults (for Parents and Carers)Course
This course has been adapted to focus on teenagers and will help you better understand the senses and how we process information from our senses.
(G68) How to Create a Virtual Poster and Presentation for a Conference - On Demand WebinarCourse
Join us for a short webinar on creating virtual posters and impactful presentations that are suitable for diverse contexts.
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Welcome to our Free Sensory Resources! At Sensory Integration Education (SIE), we believe in providing valuable resources to help individuals with sensory processing differences and their families - as well as to the professionals supporting these people. Above, you'll find a range of free sensory resources to support you.
We offer free courses designed specifically for parents and carers, providing you with the knowledge and tools to understand and support sensory processing differences. These courses are accessible and informative, empowering you to make a positive impact in the lives of your loved ones.
For therapists interested in incorporating sensory-informed approaches into their practice, we recommend our free course Transform Your Practice with Sensory Integration. After taking this free sensory course, you'll have a better understanding of Ayres Sensory Integration (ASI) and its relevance to your clinical practice. You'll also learn four practical strategies that you can begin to implement immediately in your work.
A Day in the Life Of... Case Studies:
To give you a deeper understanding of what it's like to live with sensory processing differences at different life stages, we have created "A Day in the Life Of..." case studies. These real-life stories provide personal perspectives and insights, helping you gain empathy and knowledge about the challenges sometimes faced by individuals with sensory differences.
Sensory Survival Kits:
Our free Sensory Survival Kits are packed with expert advice and tips on managing sensory integration and sensory processing differences. These resources offer practical strategies that can be implemented in daily life, providing support and guidance to navigate sensory challenges effectively.
Choose from our two expert-led podcasts, also available on Spotify and Google Podcasts.
SI on the Fly! is for therapists interested in adopting a sensory-informed approach in their practice. Listen in as Advanced Practitioners discuss applying sensory integration theory and practice in various settings and for different populations.
Sensory Chat is a series of informal, friendly and fun chats between Occupational Therapists, Physiotherapists and Speech & Language Therapists aimed at helping teachers, parents and carers of children with sensory integration or sensory processing differences, Autism, ADHD, DCD (dyspraxia) or special needs.
We offer two valuable email newsletters to keep you informed and connected with the latest sensory topics and resources.
EmphaSIze: EmphaSIze is our respected monthly e-newsletter tailored for professionals. Each issue summarises essential news and research related to sensory topics, and provides links to recommended products, books, apps, courses, and events. Additionally, it includes special offers and discounts from our preferred suppliers. EmphaSIze is delivered free to your inbox at the start of each month, ensuring you stay up to date with the latest developments in sensory integration.
Our Sensory Family: Our Sensory Family is a must-read for families and individuals with sensory differences. This monthly newsletter keeps you updated with the latest developments, linking you with product ideas, books, apps, tutorials, online resources, and courses. Our Sensory Family is here to support you on your sensory integration journey and is delivered free to your inbox each month.
Everything Sensory Directory:
Finding organisations providing sensory services is easy with Everything Sensory. Search the directory to instantly connect with professionals or conveniently source sensory products and services. For organisations and professionals, our website works as a powerful tool for attracting more clients. Get your free listing on the Everything Sensory Directory today.
Explore our free sensory blog with fascinating articles on sensory topics written by our experts and carefully chosen guest writers. If you are interested in writing a guest blog for SIE, we accept a limited number of articles each year. Please submit your idea to [email protected]
We are dedicated to providing valuable resources to the sensory community. Explore our free sensory resources and empower yourself with knowledge and support. Sign up for our email newsletters to stay connected and receive notifications of when we add new free sensory resources.