Using sensory strategies to support everyday activities in the home - In Focus Family Workshop - NETLEY
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General Family Workshops are presented in a group that aims to develop the participants’ understanding relating to the autism spectrum. Presented by experienced professionals from across different teams within the organisation, and with individuals on the autism spectrum, participants will develop a greater understanding of many topics through interactive, engaging and practical workshops. For free sessions, participants must either be autistic or be a partner or a family member of someone on the spectrum.
In Focus Family Workshops are unique workshops presented to small groups of participants by relevant therapists, which allows for specific questions and scenarios to be discussed. Sessions focus on a specific topic and aim to develop the participants’ knowledge and understanding of that topic, and provide participants with tailored strategies that can be used, and relevant to the participants’ setting.
NDIS funding may be used to access these workshops. Please register online and complete all additional questions regarding your, or your child/ren’s/family members, NDIS plan.
The Autism SA team will follow up if any additional information is required.
Does your child have sensory processing differences, and do they impact daily when it comes to skills such as eating, sleeping, dressing, showering and general hygiene? This session will be run by an Occupational Therapist who works closely with individuals on the autism spectrum and will cover sensory processing differences and the impact these can have on the individual. The presenter will guide participants through a range of practical strategies that can be used to support an individual in the home and community environment to make these everyday skills easier.
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