The Sensory Processing membership site, is an area parents, therapists, teachers, early education providers or anyone can join; who is interested in Sensory processing.
Some may join the members area as they have a child they care for with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), some may join to find out more about their child`s functioning and behaviours, and to discover could sensory be a function to their behaviour, and some may want strategies to support the children in schools or centres to support a range of sensory needs. As everyone, including ourselves has unique sensory needs.
So what is it?
You can choose your plan for membership, whether that be monthly or yearly.
Each month there is a new topic, and wonderful content, resources, videos shared around this topic, and each topic of course relates to Sensory Processing. Much like a podcast (which is one way we deliver content) we will be covering the beginning information in the first few months, and in the coming months there will be exciting guests, and visitors sharing strategies, information, research and much more, which I will release to members only. One upcoming topic is around essential oils for Paediatrics, with a Paediatric Nurse. I am so excited for this topic as it will share so many beneficial health and non-toxic strategies to support your children. Stay Tuned!!
The membership also include the Sensory Processing course, which is valued at $80, and you will have full time access to this course, and the free downloads. Even better, you will have Occupational Therapist who you can directly ask questions to in the members areas, and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
If you see a topic from previous months, and think you wont be able to access this, do not worry, you can access previous months content all year round. This is where joining yearly can be more beneficial as the content will only but get more and more and more ! =D
I am so passionate about Sensory processing and how this impacts children’s functioning, I wish to support all providers and families who support child with additional developmental needs, whether that be autism (ASD), Global developmental delay (GDD), Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD – ADD), or much much more. Sensory processing is often a secondary component to many developmental and neurological disorders, and there is research and evidence that relates why this may be.
How to join?
Take a look here for pricing plans https://www.connecting-together.co.nz/plans-pricing
or for more information see here
If you would like to find out more, please do reach out.
I wish to make this accessible and effective for everyone to join and learn together with us.