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Sensory Wellbeing For Professionals Working With Young People

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Sensory Wellbeing For Professionals Working With Young People

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September 24 @ 4:00 PM 5:30 PM BST

Sensory needs are often misunderstood and overlooked, yet they form the foundation for both human development and learning.

Alice Hoyle, author of Becoming a Sensory-Aware School: A Toolkit to Develop a Whole School Approach for Sensory Wellbeing and a passionate advocate for sensory inclusion, will lead this enlightening session.

Explore the critical role of our eight senses in learning and wellbeing, and discover practical strategies to enhance sensory environments for all young people, especially those with sensory processing challenges. Gain valuable insights into creating a sensory-inclusive setting and developing a sensory curriculum that benefits both your professional practice and personal life.

Join Alice Hoyle, author of Becoming a Sensory-Aware School: A Toolkit to Develop a Whole School Approach for Sensory Wellbeing and a passionate advocate for sensory inclusion, will lead this enlightening session.

Explore how to make your setting a sensory inclusive place that meet the needs of not only the young people you work with recognised sensory processing challenges, but also improve upon the sensory environment for everyone. You will gain ideas to develop a sensory curriculum for the young people you work with as well as ideas that can help you in your personal life. 

Learning Outcomes

Understand Sensory Needs: Recognise the eight senses and their impact on learning and wellbeing.

Recognise and respond to sensory needs: Identify common sensory processing challenges faced by young people, particularly those who are neurodivergent. Consider practical strategies to support a variety of sensory needs. 

Promote Sensory Wellbeing: Create a plan to improve sensory wellbeing for young people and staff within your setting. Design a sensory curriculum that integrates sensory awareness and wellbeing into educational activities.

This course is for anyone who works with young people. It may be particularly beneficial to those working with young people who are neurodivergent and/or have identified sensory needs.

Additionally, participants will gain access to a wide range of resources, including educational materialsreferral networks, and support services.

Join us in this essential training and make a positive impact on the health and well-being of the young people in your community.

Don’t miss this opportunity to become a trusted source of information and support for young people. Enrol today and be a part of the solution!

Register Now To Secure Your Spot And Be Part Of This Engaging And Insightful Event!

Virtual Event Virtual Event

September 24 @ 4:00 PM 5:30 PM BST

£29.99 per ticket

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