21 Mar Understanding Sensory Integration Difficulties
Susan Allen, lecturer/practitioner, at Wrexham Glyndwr University, will be presenting a talk about Sensory Integration at the upcoming Autism Therapy Conference which takes place on 1st April 2022 at Haydock Park Racecourse.
Ms Allen who is currently exploring support for mothers of children, whilst researching her PhD at the University of Reading, and the issues they face with sensory integration is a staunch advocate of the impact these needs pose to both the individuals and their close and wider communities.
Susan will be presenting an hour-long lecture where she will focus on the research she has carried out over the last five years and how parents, carers and professionals can be informed by her findings.
The Sundial Occupational Therapy Team feel “This is great opportunity to learn from research about sensory needs and I am sure each attendee will leave with greater understanding”
Helen Driver, Head of Therapy and Clinical Services at Wargrave House School, said “Susan is a great speaker and we are delighted that she, along with speech and language specialist – Dr Jill Bradshaw and Biza Stenfert Kroese, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and author are all able to present at our inaugural conference. We have some of the foremost experts in the country attending and believe it is a not to be missed event for our whole sector”.
Sundial Autism Therapy Conference takes place on 1st April 2022 at Haydock Park Racecouse and will feature Keynote speakers, including Temple Grandin, Susan Allen, Dr Jill Bradshaw, Biza Stenfert Kroese as well as workshops and Autism in Racing’s Bobby Beavers.
Tickets are available from Eventbrite