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Full-Day Workshop

Seminar: Sensory Processing Disorders for Speech Language Therapists

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.

This workshop focusses on clinical work with children, with and without cognitive and/or neurological disorders.

A proficient level of understanding English is necessary to attend.

Dates:21 to 23 Mar 2022 (Mon to Wed)
Time:9.00am - 5.00pm
Venue:Holiday Inn Singapore Atrium.
317 Outram Road
Singapore 169075
Speaker: Karin Brinkmann,

After having worked in her private practice for 25 years, in 2016 Karin started focussing on mentoring SLP's, OT's and PT's, teachers and (professional) caregivers. Her main specialty is children with speech (-motor) and language disorders, sensory processing disorders, and/or neurological disorders.

Karin: "I have been teaching about Sensory Processing since the late 90's. I focus on speech therapists for this, because I want them to be able to understand what the role of Sensory Processing is in developing speech, language, and feeding skills. I believe it can make treatment easier and more effective as I stress the importance of working in a functional way. Also, by recognising the children's individual way of processing information, it is possible to help them see this as a strength and not as a 'problem'."

Karin has also been a PROMPT instructor since 2008, and travels the world to teach both PROMPT and Sensory Processing in English, Dutch and German.

Course Outline

Day 1:

09:00 – 10:45Welcome and introduction, workshop objectives;
Introduction to Sensory Processing
10:45 – 11:00Short break
11:00 – 12:30Basic overview of neurology and its application to the understanding of Sensory Processing
12:30 – 13:30Lunch break
13:30 – 15:15Winnie Dunn’s quadrant model: Understanding sensory profiles
15:15 – 15:30Short break
15:30 – 17:00Sensory Lifestyle; alertness, activation and attention

Day 2:

09:00 – 10:45The mouth and its role in development
10:45 – 11:00Short break
11:00 – 12:30Winnie Dunn’s Sensory Profile
12:30 – 13:30Lunchbreak
13:30 – 15:15Sensory systems: vestibular, proprioception, interoception and the quadrant model, related to oral development, speech, language and feeding
15:15 – 15:30Short break
15:30 – 17:00Sensory systems: tactile and the quadrant model, related to oral development, speech, language and feeding

Day 3:

09:00 – 10:45Sensory systems: Auditory and Visual and the quadrant model, related to oral development, speech, language and feeding
10:45 – 11:00Short break
11:00 – 12:30Sensory systems: gustatory, olfactory and the quadrant model, related to oral development, speech, language and feeding
12:30 – 13:30Lunchbreak
13:30 – 15:15Treatment model and case study
15:15 – 15:30Short break
15:30 – 17:00Treatment model and case study (continued);
Discussion and evaluation;
Certificates.

Please note: this schedule might be slightly changed at the discretion of the presenter (KB Interactief)

Course Objectives

At the end of this workshop the participant will be able to:

  • Define Sensory Processing and understand its implication to the field of speech and language therapy;
  • Understand the role of the senses in the development, daily functioning and learning;
  • Apply and interpret the “Sensory Profile”;
  • Set up a basic treatment plan using sensory information to reach specific goals for speech-language or feeding therapy.
Who Can Benefit?

Speech Language Therapists only

Course Fees & Closing Dates
Registration Type Fees (S$) per pax
1st 10 registrants 1740
Next 10 registrants 1840
Last 5 registrants 1950