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Therapeutic Listening Practical Applications for Children with ASD & Complex Needs – London

February 10, 2020

| gbp £199

This is a new course designed for therapists who have an understanding of Therapeutic Listening® and a variety of its music libraries. At times, therapists can struggle with the practical application of Therapeutic Listening with children with Autism spectrum disorders, severe learning difficulties and/or challenging behaviors due to the range of complexities posed by this complex client group. This course will discuss sensory and regulation differences present in children with ASD and pose a framework for embedding therapy using Therapeutic Listening within a special school environment. We’ll explore ways to train staff; monitor outcomes and understand the differences in using Therapeutic Listening with this client group. This course will also deal with some of the challenges regularly faced by therapists including:

    • Assessment where standardized methods are not possible
    • Barriers to intervention – hard headphones, managing equipment, length of listening time
    • Choosing and using music from all aspects of the Therapeutic Listening libraries
    • Using appropriate postural, respiratory and sensory activities to support programs
    • Monitoring effectiveness

Evidence-based practice, case studies, videos and recorded discussions with parents, teachers and other therapists will be used to support learning.

International Location

Hamilton House
Mabledon Place, Kings Cross
London, WC1H 9BD
United Kingdom

Schedule

Monday, February 10, 2020, 9:00am – 5:15pm BST

Level

Introductory – Intermediate

Instructors

Anna Richardson; B.Sc. (Hons)
Elaine Mc Mahon; B.Sc. (Hons)

Course Objectives

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Identify sensory and regulation differences in children with Autism spectrum disorder and how they impact occupational performance.
  • Select a variety of tools for monitoring effectiveness of Therapeutic Listening within a school setting.
  • Recognize best practices for how to embed treatment programs within a school curriculum.
  • List three strategies for working with children who have difficulty wearing headphones.
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Who Should Attend?

This course is open to various professionals.

Course Materials

Registration includes course handouts.

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Brain Sense TherapyThis course is conducted by Brain Sense Therapy and all registrations are managed through their organization. You may register by completing and submitting the Course Booking Form to Brain Sense Therapy.

 

For additional information, contact info@BrainSenseTherapy.com

Instructors

Anna Richardson; B.Sc. (Hons)
Elaine Mc Mahon; B.Sc. (Hons)

Additional Info

Course Code
PACN2020-02-10-LGW1D-06AREM

Location

Hamilton House
Mabledon Place
London, WC1H 9BD United Kingdom
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Phone:
020 7380 4831
Website:
http://hamilton-house.org.uk/