ASI Fidelity Measure Training online

Sharpen Your Skills in Ayres Sensory Integration®: Applying the ASI Fidelity Measure to Enhance Intervention and Outcomes



Dr. Zoe Mailloux


none for researchers, basic SI training for practitioners (OTs, PTs)


CLASI webinar M5 equivalent to 30 hrs (at own pace)


The questions "Is it really SI therapy?" and "What defines SI therapy?" probably have crossed each pediatric OT's mind. The Fidelity Measure of ASI® intervention is a reliable and valid tool that summarizes the essential structural and process elements of therapeutic practice using sensory integration theory and methods. The webinar introduces participants to the core elements of ASI, illustrate them with numerous videos, and prepares participants to use this tool to improve research and practice. Participants will have opportunity to practice scoring clips from interventions with the ASI Fidelity Measure and learn how to apply the principles in their own intervention.

Who should attend?

  • Pediatric OTs and PTs with ASI training who have not taken M5
  • Scholars and teachers from OT schools, particularly those dealing with pediatrics and research
  • Researchers who are conducting (or are intending to conduct) studies on or around SI 

300,00 €

Feeding Workshop - live online

Feeding Problems Are Widely Seen Among Children With Sensory Integration Disorders With And Without Autism - A Seminar From Our Series "Best Practice OT"



Isabelle Beaudry-Bellefeuille, OT, MA, PhD


SI Introduction



  • What can be considered a feeding problem?
  • Brief review of oro-facial anatomy
  • Brief review of normal development and sensory contributions to feeding skills
  • Evaluation process
  • Treatment planning - priorities, methodology for the analysis of problem areas
  • Specific treatment techniques for children with dyspraxia, sensory over-reactivity, emotional reactivity
  • Clinical case presentation

Who Should Attend? 

Pediatric OTs

Special Note:

Participants are welcome to bring videos of cases!

240,00 €

Sensory Integration Across the Life Span - OT-ASI in Mental Health - live online

From 16 to 60 And Beyond… The Application & Practice of ASI With Adolescents, Adults And Older Adults

Live online seminar from our series "Best Practice OT"



Kathryn Smith, OT, & Ros Urwin, OT, United Kingdom


Introduction to SI


2 days live online


This workshop will deepen and enrich every therapist's understanding of how sensory processing and sensory integrative functioning impact our mental health and the development and maintainance of a regulated and adaptive daily life.  

In contrast to most other countries, SI started to spread across the UK from the field of mental health. That is why OTs from the UK are particularly experienced and advanced in the use of SI with adolescents and adults in the mental health area. They apply SI in an individualised, hypothesis- and data driven manner through direct treatment in the clinic, consultation with the client and relevant others, and environmental modifications. 


  • What’s different? What’s the same? - Working across the ages with Ayres SI
  • Assessment
  • Why SI and how do we know it can make a difference? - Outcomes
  • Intervention approaches
  • Case Studies

Who should attend? 

OTs who work in psychiatric/mental health, pediatric or geriatric settings

240,00 €

  • verfügbar
  • 1 - 3 Tage Lieferzeit

The Art of Therapy 1 - Play & Relationship - live online


A Seminar From the Series "Best Practice OT"  



Judith Abelenda, M.A., OT


at least SI Introduction, SI intervention recommended


Play and therapeutic relationship are core media of OT-ASI. Therapists who don't bring a playful nature to the table or who want to improve their playfulness, don't usually find many opportunities. This was the reason why we asked Judith, an SI trained OT and DIR Floortime instructor, to develop this course. It will be an lively, interactive, and very practical course that will work on unusual contents such as "having fun", "how to be playful", "laughing about yourself".

Who should participate? 

Practicing OTs. We specifically recommend this course to all therapists who completed the coursework for their ASI Certificate during their supervision period.

240,00 €

  • verfügbar
  • 1 - 3 Tage Lieferzeit

The Art of Therapy 2 - Family-Centered Intervention


Location: Vienna

Presenter: Judith Abelenda, M.A., OT

Prerequisites:  SI Introduction


A Seminar From the Series "Best Practice OT"  


 Who should participate? Practicing OTs. We specifically recommend this course to all therapists who completed the coursework for their ASI Certificate and are in supervision period