Autism and sensory processing in everyday life

Date: Tuesday 8 October 2013

Location: Copthorne Tara Hotel, London

A one-day conference aimed at developing a greater understanding of sensory processing, and how difficulties with sensory integration can impact on people with autism.

Sensory processing describes our ability to take in information through our senses, organise and interpret that information, and make a meaningful response. For most people, sensory integration develops in the course of ordinary childhood activities, but for some people with autism, sensory integration does not develop as efficiently as it should.

With three different seminar streams to choose from, delegates can select the seminars which are most relevant to their work.

http://www.autism.org.uk/conferences/sensory2013

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