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Sensory Processing in the Early Years: What is it and why it matters

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This training is for Early Years practitioners in family hub local areas.

The session will;

  1. Introduce sensory processing - what it is and why it matters
  2. Explore sensory processing differences
  3. Demonstrate how to create sensory environments conducive to learning
  4. Understand how to support children with different sensory needs in their transitions into Key Stage 1
  5. Provide an overview of the role of an occupational therapist

Our Early Years work

nasen is proud to be part of the DfE-funded Early Years SEND Partnership Project led by the Council for Disabled Children (CDC). The other partners are:

  • Speech and Language UK
  • The Communication Trust
  • Contact
  • National Children’s Bureau (ncb)
  • Dingley’s Promise

nasen is currently working with Local Authorities from the nine regions across the country to develop their SEND provision at a strategic level through Regional Action Learning Sets and Specialist Action Learning Sets.

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