$825.00 AUD



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Are you an OT that loves to collaborate with your peers, to be part of a community of like minded OT's and to champion sensory children beyond this course?

Being a founding member means that you get to join us at the beginning of this journey - to co-create this space with us for $45 per month. 

What you get:

Monthly Q&A at 9am and 4pm on a Thursday

Monthly Masterclass or Exclusive Interviews

Lively & Interactive FB Group to ask your sensory questions and absorb knowledge from others. 

10% off future courses 


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Gold Coast 2&3 August 2024


Join a small group of fellow OT's and learn sensory theory and practice related to dyspraxia and other sensory-motor concerns for children under 9 years. You will experience suspension and non-suspension equipment first hand in a sensory gym and walk away with ideas you can use in your clinical work on Monday!

What you'll get:

  • 6 hours of Sensory Processing and Sensory Motor Theory
  • 3- 4 hours of practical 
  • Interaction & networking with a small group of colleagues 
  • Workbooks to document your learnings
  • Attendance Certificate for 10 hours of PD 

How you will feel:

  • inspired by your learning
  • creative and keen to apply the learning to your own setting
  • grateful to have met such a lovely group of OT's :)
  • confident in your ability to support your dyspraxic clients to the best of your ability 

[ This course is only for OT's ]