The therapist will:
- have an understanding on the current concepts of SI/ SPD, the nosology for Sensory Processing Disorders and its implication on practice, fidelity of SI intervention,
- develop clinical reasoning skills in applying SI or Sensory Processing Intervention strategies in the treatment of Autism (high-functioning and low-functioning ASD),
- identify sensory contributions to behavioral challenges and emotional dysregulation.
- identify and utilize aspects of relationship as a therapeutic tool in the treatment of autism (high-functioning and low-functioning),
- implement treatment techniques and sensory strategies to assist clients with autism in modulating arousal and learning self-regulation. (high-functioning and low-functioning),
- develop skills to set appropriate treatment goals, plan the therapy session, and document treatment outcomes