Sensory processing in the early years
Wednesday 10th Mar @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pmFREE
Babies and young children are sensory learners, using both internal and external senses to help them learn about their world. Some children find sensory stimuli such as lights, noises and textures too bright, loud or uncomfortable – whilst others need and seek more sensory input to feel regulated.
Join early years consultant and author Sue Asquith to explore:
- What sensory processing is
- Why it is important in the early years
- Practical ideas to support sensory development in babies and young children
This webinar is appropriate for early years practitioners working with the children aged 0-5 years.
Register to attend this webinar:
- Kinderly Members: Please log in to your Kinderly Learn account to book your place
- Non-members: Registration will open for the public on Thursday 4th March 2021.
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About the speaker:
Sue Asquith is an Early Childhood consultant, having worked in the early years sector for over 30 years – as a registered childminder, mentor, trainer and assessor. She is an Early Lead Language Practitioner and has worked with DfE,PACEY, NDNA, ICAN and the Communication Trust delivering a range of programmes, including literacy, communication and SEND.