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, helping them design new products, and new packages of equipment, such as the Oral Motor Package.
SenSI have also been product testing, and have had some brilliant volunteers who have put the equipment to the test, and allowed us to take videos and photos on the equipment – thank you to all involved! You will see these throughout the year on Rompa website, Twitter and Facebook.
Should you have any questions as to any Rompa products, please ask away. Also, should you have any comments as to any of Rompa Sensory Integration equipment, please let us know.
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 to critically explore the complexities of the overlapping disorders of hypermobility and anxiety in the Developmental Co-ordination Disorder (DCD) population. Both posters can be found on the Sensory Integration Network website here and are free to download and distribute. The documents are designed to be informative and easy to read. If you do have any questions please contact us directly and we will be pleased to help you with any matters relating to Sensory Integration Therapies. Direct links to the posters can be found below, these are external links so do take a few moments to load and display the information from the Sensory Integration Network website :-
Effectiveness of Sensory Integration DCD Case Study
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 with hypermobility. When Emma was in her role as NHS OT Emma completed a research study on the effects of an MDT approach to children with hypermobility – Emma was the clinical OT who provided the assessment and treatment. Emma has co-published three systematic literature reviews regarding hypermobility and has been involved in the publishing of the research study data.
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 learning, sensory, emotional and behavioural challenges.