Tuesday, October 6, 2009

October is Sensory Awareness Month


Throughout the US, Canada and England the month of October is Sensory Awareness Month. This is a time to raise awareness regarding sensory integration/sensory processing disorders within your community.

As continuing education is limited regarding this topic in the region, I thought I would share another e-learning course which is provided by the SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder) Foundation:

E-course: "MAKING SENSE OF SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDER"

Educate yourself by reading about sensory issues. Many books can be purchased online.

See the book list on the SPD website: http://www.spdfoundation.net/books.html, which links you to purchase these books through Amazon.

See the book list on the S.I. Focus website: https://www.viaemanager.com/products.aspx?mid=1295

Order the S.I. Focus international magazine at: https://www.viaemanager.com/products.aspx?mid=1295


Laura


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hi there
I'm an OT student in south Brazil and i'm the president of our Academic Center and we are making one questionary to met the OT in other countries.
This questionary will be published in our Blog(http://catoverbalize.blogspot.com/)and it will be put in the pin board of our university.
Help us to met the OT!
Thank you very much for answering,
Cassiano Robert from Brasil

Richard said...

Hello!

Given the ever growing need for Occupational Therapists, I put together an article with a list of financial aid options for those hoping to enter the field. If you wouldn’t mind, could you share my article with your readers?

Here's the post:

http://blog.onlinecollegeguru.com/health-care/financial-aid-for-occupational-therapists/

Many thanks!
Richard

Lobna said...

Hi Laura,

I've been doing alot of research on OT in Egypt and around the world, and I can't tell you what a great resource your blog is..its truly unique and helpful.
Im looking to study to become occupational therapy assistant, can you recommend any way to start tihs path while still in Egypt? whether through your contacts here or an online degree you can recommend?

Thanks a million

L.

Laura Efinger said...

Hi Lobna,

Send me your email and we can chat.

Have you ever thought of studying abroad to become an OT? As it is taking a long time getting the program started in Egypt!

Laura

Lobna said...

Hi Laura,

thanks so much for your response.

My email is lobna.abu@gmail.com

Best regards.