In Inpatient Mental Health Units, the use of sensory modulation can include sensory equipment and using sensory spaces to assist consumers with emotional regulation. This workshop will provide an introduction to Sensory Modulation
Sensory Modulation Definition
Sensory Processing Overview
How Sensory Modulation works
Explaining Sensory Modulation
Tailoring Sensory Modulation to the individual through ensuring it is Safe, Appropriate, Individualised and Meaningful
Useful sensory items for inpatient Units
Powerpoint presentation of key concepts
We will break into smaller groups for practical application of concepts.
Opportunity for questions, comments, reflections on the workshop.
Clinical and Registered Nurses, Doctors, Allied Health, Consumer Consultants.This workshop will provide 5 CPD hours.
Quest Woollongabba offers free onsite parking for a limited number of participants.
Registration will be open from 8.30 am, with a 9 am start.
Question and Answer
2.30pm - 3pm will be an optional question and answer session.
Morning Tea and Lunch will be provided.
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Training will be conducted by Carolyn Fitzgibbon and Julie O’Sullivan. Carolyn & Julie are two experienced OTs who have worked together for many years & share considerable knowledge and practical experience in the implementation of sensory modulation and sensory approaches, at both direct client and service development levels. Together Carolyn & Julie have conducted a number of webinars & workshops for mental health districts & on behalf of OT Australia regarding sensory modulation and the integration of sensory approaches into service delivery. Carolyn and Julie have co-authored the Sensory Modulation Resource Manual.
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