Develop your sensory lexiconary and learn to use it to communicate with those who experience meaning in a primarily sensory way.
Everyone is welcome on these days but they are particularly suitable for:
- People who support individuals with profound and multiple learning disabilities.
- People who are looking to use sensory communication with individuals in the later stages of dementia.
- People who work with babies and children in the early years looking to develop their sensory practice.
- Creative individuals looking to develop sensory works to engage with sensory communicators.
- People who work in special schools or run groups that support students from special schools.
- People with a particular interest in sensory literacy.
"Inspired and delighted by the sensory possibilities Circus Starr CIC
Not enough superlatives to describe the experience Jo Bonney Support worker extraordinaire
Delegates on the 2016 conferences included: teachers, portage workers, speech and language therapists, support workers, people from dementia care, people who support babies in the first months of life, staff members from CICs looking to support inclusion in society, social researchers, family members and more.
If you are from a setting which does not have access to a credit card and so cannot book via the Eventbrite site please email firstname.lastname@example.org to be invoiced directly, including any details your require on your invoice, such as named personal and purchase order numbers. I am afraid I cannot offer the early-bird rates via direct invoice, but the group discount still applies.
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Winchester 8th, - The Quaker Centre
Bath 9th - The Percy Centre
Cardiff 10th - Chapter
Milton Keynes 22nd - The Quaker Centre,
Walsall 23rd - Rushall Primary School,
Sheffield 24th - Wilson Carlile Centre.