This course is for everyone interested in Sensory Integration theory and dysfunctions of sensory integration!
You will be happy with SI101 if
The comprehensive webinar SI101 offers individualized learning opportunities with many advantages such as free time management, no need for travel or taking away vacation days, and individualized practical exercises and experiences.
SI101 Introduction to SI as a Webinar Allows You to
Work at Your Own Pace Wherever And Whenever You Choose!
The focus of SI101 is not as much on the lectures as it is on practical experiences of sensory functions and dysfunctions. You will find instruction for many hands-on sensory experiences and practical exercises that will easily be able to implement in your daily life. Just follow our detailed instructions - and please don't miss out on these experiences! They will change your views and understanding of children with sensory integration problems!
If you want to deepen your training in Sensory integration, SI101 is your entrance ticket to all programs that offer more detailed education in Sensory Integration, such as the CLASI Certification Program in ASI®, or our own comprehensive ASI® certification program ASI®Therapy ORIGINAL which is available in English through cooperating local course organizers. SI-SeminarInstitut also offers a course series - SI ORIGINAL - specifically for non-therapists such as educators, teachers, and psychologists who want to learn how to apply ASI® principles in their workplace.
Ayres, Sensory Integration And The Child. 25th Anniversary Edition. wps, 2005
SI-SeminarInstitut offers two pathways for you to continue your SI education:
our comprehensive ASI® certification program in cooperation with CLASI, California, that leads to the internationally recognized certificate as ASI®Practitioner
Eligible are therapists (occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech therapists according to the World Federal Organization of the respective profession)
Our course series for non-therapists that teaches you how to apply Ayres' SI principles in your work setting
Eligible are (special) educators, teachers, psychologists, and other professions working with children