2017 RESEARCH TO PRACTICE SERIES - Sensory processing issues of people with ASD: What we can do to help
Autism Hub & Reading Centre, 141 Merton Rd, Woolloongabba Q 4102 - 09:30 - 16:30
The first in a three part series.
Overview of current sensory processing research and evidence-based strategies to optimise participation of people experiencing sensory challenges
Evidence-based strategies to optimise participation of people with ASD experiencing sensory challenges
Implementation of evidence-based strategies to overcome sensory challenges at school
Auditory Processing of Students with ASD - Implications for the Classroom
The development of “My Sensory Experiences”: A self-report tool with visual cues for people on the autism spectrum.
Dr Jill Ashburner, Manager Research & Development, Autism Queensland
Emma O'Connor, Occupational Therapist, Department of Education and Training
Natasha Bobir, Autism Queensland.
Assoc Prof Wayne Wilson, Head of the Discipline of Audiology, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Queensland.
Dr Keely Harper-Hill, Research Associate, School of Early Childhood & Inclusive Education, Queensland University of Technology.
Other workshops in this series:
Friday, 21 July 2017: Supporting students with ASD at school using a Universal Design for Learning approach.
Friday, 20 October 2017: Supporting the social & emotional well-being of students with ASD.
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Students must show their student card at the door.
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