Project ID - TIS001264
Sensory Integration and Sensory Diets - to assist with a carefully designed, personalised activity plan that provides the sensory input pupils need to stay focused and organised throughout the day.


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Project offered at

Castletower School
BALLYMENA
BT43 7EN

Contact

Helen Campbell

Student Skills

Any related discipline. Psychology, Education, SEN.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

- Better understanding of their sensory needs - Programme will be in place to meet their sensory needs - Pupils availability for learning will be increased - Decrease negative behaviour due to sensory meets being met

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

- Build relationships with more complex pupils - Develop a better understanding of the needs of our pupils - A very rewarding experience for the student

Extra Information

- Develop pupil’s Sensory Integration needs - Develop pupil sensory diet - Develop staff Sensory Integration knowledge

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