Using The Secret Framework In Early Childhood. The Impact of Sensory Processing and Regulation on Behaviour, Learning and Inclusion

Kay Margetts

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 15/08/2019
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Location
Department of Education and Training

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with Andrea Broughton

Sensory Processing Disorder impacts the daily functions of children and adults including: Eating, Sleeping, Toileting, Transitions, Going out, Relationships, Playing, Learning.

This workshop will explore the seven elements of the A SECRET Framework and their application in early childhood settings:
Attention—Using Interests
Sensation—using sensory calmers, avoiding triggers
Emotion—making it fun
Culture—why do we do it this way?
Relationships—who are the best people to help?
Environment—using the resources we have
Task—matching to skill level

Participants will learn how to build a child’s sensory profile through observation and collaboration.

JOIN US FOR THIS FREE WORKSHOP AT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING DATES & LOCATIONS

Thursday 15 August – 6.00pm to 8.00pm at DET, Campbell Street, Swan Hill.

Register Now: info@agecs.org.au

More information about the A Secret Framework workshop