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Education Matters Conference


SenSI are presenting throughout the day at Education Matters Conference on Tuesday 17th March 2015 from 9:30am to 4:00pm at the John Innes Centre in Norwich. This event is designed to improve the educational outcomes for looked after children and explore ways of working Read more

Sensory Integration Training


We are running a parent and carer workshop on Thursday 26th March 2015. We recognise how complex sensory integration, sensory processing and sensory attachment is, and want to give an opportunity for parents and carers to ask us questions Read more

Specialist Advisors to ROMPA


SenSI are very excited to announce that we are working closely with Rompa, and acting as their Specialist Advisors in Autism and Sensory Integration. We feature in their new brochure 2015! We have been meeting with Rompa over the past year, Read more

senSI Case Studies Published on Sensory Integration Network


Annie and Emma are pleased to be working with the Sensory Integration Network and have recently contributed 2 case study posters to help with the awareness of The effectiveness of Sensory Integration treatments. Emma has also put together a case study Read more

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY 2013


Occupational Therapy Show 2013 - Emma was speaking at Occupational Therapy 2013, located at the NEC, Birmingham on the 26th & 27th November 2013. Emma appeared on stage on the 27th of November 2013 talking about The Bendy Study - MDT approach to children Read more

Movements That Heal


Movements That Heal By: Harald Blomberg & Moira Dempsey Available at Book Depository Movements that Heal looks at the reasons behind why the Rhythmic Movement Training and Primitive Reflex Integration programme works. It discusses the developmental and environmental reasons behind many Read more

Education Matters Conference

Posted on by Annie Doubleday in General News Comments Off on Education Matters Conference

Virtual School for Children in Care logoSenSI are presenting throughout the day at Education Matters Conference on Tuesday 17th March 2015 from 9:30am to 4:00pm at the John Innes Centre in Norwich.

This event is designed to improve the educational outcomes for looked after children and explore ways of working with these children.

Our presentation will focus on the theme of the conference which is ‘Exceptional Children: Exceptional Needs

Our presentation is specifically exploring Sensory Processing Disorders and Sensory Attachment Intervention (SAI). Our workshop will be a combination of presentation and practical discussion. We aim to provide more indepth understanding of Sensory Processing Difficulties and how this can affect the Attachment styles of these child. We will provide information and advice on these two areas of difficulties which are often intertwined with children who have had a difficult start in life.

We will be linking theory to practice, and using case studies to help illustrate the work we do, and strategies that can be used by parents, carers and other professionals.

For more information please contact Norfolk’s Virtual School for Children in Care or contact us here.