Yesterday I attended a really interesting training called TACPAC, which was recommend to me by a speech language therapist, as well as an SEN teacher for children with PMLD and/or autism.
I work as an occupational therapist, and, following this training day I had new outlooks on sensory needs, communication (verbal and non verbal), validation theory and even neurological systems. The course also explains clearly how to deliver TACPAC to various client groups from early years to older children. Very useful and practical, both the training and the intervention itself.
Also, I would recommend Beacon House, an organisation which offers a huge amount of educational resources on developmental trauma, SEMH and child brain, and the SI Education Network for a range of free/affordable short corses on Ayres’ Sensory Integration approaches.