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3 Full-Day MSE WORKSHOPS in Fort Wayne, Indiana, May 17-18-19
What is Snoezelen® ? Learn How To Facilitate Multi-Sensory Environments
By: Globe Star with Quality of Life Institute, Inc.
Three days of workshop sessions will speak to families, therapeutic professionals, and educators, inviting their growth in awareness and competence in learning about Snoezelen™ processes, and how to facilitate these processes using interpersonal skills within multi-sensory environments.
DAY 1 - is designated for parents and caregivers interested in discovering a new way of communicating and engaging with their loved ones. You will receive the foundation of Snoezelen® -MSE, be introduced to the basic design concept and application of sensory items, and learn methods for engaged processes for enriching relationships.
DAY 2 - is designated for therapists and other professionals who would like in depth knowledge about MSEs and how to initiate the processes that incorporate these methods into their practice. We will go through different disciplines as well as diagnoses; autism, dementia, Alzheimer's, sensory processing disorders, physical disabilities and others.
DAY 3 - is designated for educators. We will focus on how MSE's and other sensory interventions can help to prevent sensory overload and its effects, and how to support and interact with different types of sensory issues. We will illustrate different scenarios and suggest various methods that can be used for creating a sense of balance that inspires continued learning.
Maurits Eijgendaal, President of International Snoezelen-MSE Association (ISNA- MSE);
Ad Verheul, co-founder of Snoezelen, senior Snoezelen advisor at Hartenberg Centre in the Netherlands;
Dr. Anthony M. McCrovitz, Executive Director, Quality of Life Institute, Inc., Board Member of ISNA-MSE, President, Indiana Professional Counseling Association (IPCF)
Karen Pool, General Manager, TFH USA, consultant, designer and supplier of multi-sensory environments;
REGISTRATION is open to any parent or professional who would like to hear about the recreational, therapeutic, and educational benefits of multi-sensory environments, and learn how to faciltate relationship-
Visit http://qualityoflifeinstitute.org for more information on topics, schedules and registration.
The venue for this 3-day educational event is at the Jackson R. Lehman Family YMCA, 5680 YMCA Park Drive West, Fort Wayne, Indiana 46835, and is produced by the Quality of Life Institute, Inc., in partnership with Globe Star (mentoring a spirit of gentleness for people with disabilities)
Mara Hawks, Curriculum Developer & Communications