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Emily Hills & Lindsay Hardy explore the role of sensation in early development & how to guide therapy to optimise occupational participation

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The webinar will outline the developmental role of sensation in early human development from conception until two years. It will discuss and help you to understand why early sensory development can help therapists to direct therapeutic support and optimise parenting occupations and childhood development. The webinar will review how understanding sensory development helps the occupational therapist working in the neonatal unit and in early intervention settings.

Learning Objectives:

• You will have an overview of the developmental role of sensation in early human development across the first 1001 critical days of life.

• You will develop an understanding of why early sensory development can help direct therapeutic intervention.

• You will review sensory development in the neonatal and early intervention settings.

Speaker Biographies:

Lindsay Hardy is director of clinical services of PACE children’s charity, where she leads a team of 26 OT/PT/SLT. PACE runs an early intervention service for babies and families from 0-3 years. She is an expert practitioner in Sensory Integration. Lindsay is co-author and founder of Sensory Babies Ltd.

Emily Hills is a neonatal occupational therapist working at Imperial College NHS Healthcare trust, she works on both a level 2 and level 3 neonatal units. Emily is the clinical lead for Occupational Therapy. She is an advanced sensory integration practitioner and a certified neonatal therapist (CNT). Emily is co-author and founder of Sensory Babies Ltd.

The event will be delivered via Zoom.

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*Tickets will be available to purchase up until two hours before the event, we cannot hold sales open longer than this, so please ensure you purchase your ticket before then.

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