CAIRNS - Sensory Processing issues of people on the autism spectrum: What we can do to help
Brothers Leagues Club, Anderson Street, MANUNDA - 09:30 - 16:00
Many people on the autism spectrum experience sensory challenges that can impact on their everyday life. This full-day workshop for educators, therapists and others supporting individuals on the spectrum will explore current research about sensory processing, with a particular focus on school students, and offer practical strategies to take away.
This event is part of Autism Queensland's 2019 Research to Practice series.
Understanding the sensory processing challenges of students on the spectrum
How do the sensory issues of students on the spectrum affect participation at school?
What can we do to help? A review of evidence-based strategies
Case studies: Putting evidence-based strategies to accommodate sensory issues into practice
Approaches to information gathering and the Development of “My Sensory Experiences”, a self-report tool with visual cues for people on the autism spectrum.
Exploring practical strategies for school-based settings.
Dr Jill Ashburner, Manager Research & Development, Autism Queensland
Helen McLennan, Professional Learning Facilitator, Autism Queensland
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