Building advocates to empower the child within the diagnosis

This workshop is designed participants who are interested in understanding the fundamentals of sensory integration and its impact on attention, behaviour, social engagement, creative thinking, purpose driven play and learning.

Participants will learn:

  • To acknowledge and gain an understanding of sensory integration as a neurological process, theory of practice, intervention approach and diagnosis.
  • To gain awareness of associated problems relating to sensory processing challenges
  • To come up with an environment conducive to tap into the child’s sensory profile.
  • To enable the child with sensory issues via a combination of mediated learning, floortime therapy, CO-OP, social thinking and alert program

Occupational Therapist | Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy | Bachelor of Science (Major in Psychology)

Alvin Chan is an occupational therapist who is registered and licensed with the Canadian and American Certification and Licensing Boards. He is also a member of the Singapore Association of Occupational Therapists. He has had working experiences in Canada, Australia and the United States prior to arriving in Singapore. His experience in Singapore includes two years as the sole charge therapist in an international school and one year as a senior therapist at a private occupational therapy centre. He took on the role of Clinical Director of Kidz-Pediatric Occupational Therapy Consultants in 2001. Alvin is experienced in working with both special needs and mainstream school children. He is also the first accredited clinician and provider of the much researched and highly acclaimed Interactive Metronome Program in South East Asia. He also continues to mentor and provide supervision to students and professionals from Canada, Europe and South East Asia.

Who is the workshop intended for:

Childcare professionals, healthcare professionals, Kindergarten and Primary School teachers and assistant teachers, parents, caregivers, social workers, counselors, students in the field of Psychology, Education, Special Education.

Time and Venue:

20 + 27 February 2016 (Saturdays)
10am to 5pm

1 hr Lunch Break

15 Phillip Street #04-00
Tan Ean Kiam Building
Singapore 048694

If you have any queries, please contact us at 6533-0031 or register your enquiry below.
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  • SGD 530 (SGD 567.10 inclusive of GST)
    Eligible for 60% PIC cash payout claim

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On 28 Nov 2015, CAE conducted CREATIVITY IN CHILDCARE SEMINAR with talks given by renowned early childhood specialists and educational psychologists on emotions and ideas expressed through play, building creative connections through art and exploring different skills to become an effective facilitator in the child’s development.

College of Allied Educators, Singapore is a premier learning institution and the learning provider of choice for special needs, counselling psychology, and allied health and science programmes.

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