Let's Talk About Sensory Integration
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About the Event
Serene Cheong of the Child Development Centre will guide parents and caregivers on the topic of sensory integration and how some children find it difficult to process sensory information (e.g. sound, touch and movement) from the world around them.
This means they may feel sensory input more or less intensely than other children, affecting their ability to interact in different environments.
Join us and learn:
- What is sensory integration?
- Sensory processing issues signs and symptoms
- Types of sensory avoidance and sensory seeking
- How you can help your child
- Explore activities for each sensory system
Sensory processing issues can affect children of all ages, so come along to this free online event to learn more in order to support your child.
Serene Cheong, Occupational Therapy Team Leader, Child Development Centre (CDC)
Serene completed her studies and training in Occupational Therapy in Singapore and Hong Kong. She has extensive experience in therapy for children with special needs in pre-school and mainstream primary school settings in both countries, and has effectively helped children with complex physical disabilities, autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy, sensory integration difficulties and executive functioning difficulties.
Being a child-directed and family-oriented occupational therapist, Serene is keen to incorporate children’s play ideas in therapy and supports positive parenting. She uses a blended approach to therapy with a strong focus on both sensory integration and DIR Floortime. Each therapy session is uniquely designed to enable children to explore their environment with confidence and learn through fun.