Sensory Processing Disorders for Speech Language Therapists

Overview

Speech- and language therapists working with children know how difficult it can be to meet the individual needs of each child. Especially when this child has trouble processing (sensory) information, seems difficult to activate, is too active or very sensitive to sensory input.

In this workshop you will learn the basic, recent (evidence based) and relevant knowledge on sensory processing disorders and its implications for speech, language and feeding.

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