Sensory Modulation Toolkit
This toolkit has been developed for alcohol and other drug practitioners to enhance knowledge and skills in sensory approaches. It accompanies the full-day workshop hosted by Insight. This workshop and training such as the QCMHL e-Learning are recommended for workers who are new to using sensory approaches. You can also consult an occupational therapist.
WED. 20 MAY 2020, 4:56 PM
SUN. 31 MAY 2020, 8:52 AM
"Using Your Senses to Cope" - a sensory tool to help guide a conversation with clients around managing stress using sensory modulation.
This Sensory Approaches training course is designed to provide an introduction to the use of sensory approaches in mental health settings.
This factsheet provides an overview of Sensory Approaches, including how they work, benefits, applications, sensory preferences and strategies for the different senses.
The Sensory Approaches CCF assists clinicians and managers to inform their understanding of the level of training, knowledge and skills required to safely and effectively use sensory approaches.
The CCF Self Reflection Tool allows workers to rate their capabilities under the 4 domains of Knowledge and Skills, Scope of Practice, Supervision Role and Education Role.
This tool kit was developed in collaboration with AOD and sensory specialists from across Queensland.