The Spiral Foundation

To increase understanding and acceptance of sensory integration and sensory processing dysfunction through EDUCATION and RESEARCH

The Spiral Foundation offers a wide variety of educational programs and materials, including:

→ INTENSIVES
Unique 5-day advanced mentorship programs focusing on hands-on experience to assist development of clinical reasoning skills and better implementation of assessments and interventions.
→ COURSES  
Full courses, live and on-line, on a variety of introductory to advanced topics.
 WEBINARS
Presentations on a variety of intermediate topics for parents and professionals.
→ LIVETALKS
Audio only podcasts on a variety of introductory topics for professionals.
→ TOOLKITS
Free resources for adults and caregivers of children with SPD.
→ RESEARCH
Resources and research studies on topics informing knowledge of SPD.

Welcome!

The Spiral Foundation serves national and international audiences by providing resources for therapists and other professionals who work with individuals with sensory processing difficulties, as well as adults and children living with sensory dysfunction and their families.

By conducting and disseminating current research and providing educational programs in a variety of on and offline formats we strive to improve the lives and well-being of individuals with difficulties processing and integrating sensory information across the globe.

Upcoming Events

Online Course: Essentials of Sensory Integration Intervention

Available until Monday, December 9, 2019

Two Day Course: Essentials of Sensory Integration Intervention

Live in Newton, MA on Saturday, January 11 & Sunday, January 12, 2020

Mentorship Training: Sensory Integration Intervention for Children with Visual-Vestibular Integration Problems

Live in Newton, MA from Sunday, January 19 to Thursday, January 23, 2020

 

Highlights

Early Identification of Sensory Processing Difficulties in High-Risk Infants

This article examines a group of infants identified as high-risk for sensory processing disorder (SPD) due to having siblings with identified sensory processing difficulties. The authors conducted comparisons between infants at high and low-risk for SPD with the goal of establishing risk factors to better inform health care professionals and identify difficulties early on. Findings suggest that infants in the high-risk group were more likely to demonstrate differences in cognitive and language skills, movement, and sensory processing. Conclusions discuss that these areas should be monitored to optimize occupational performance. Click here to read the abstract or login to your AOTA account to view the full article.

   

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What they’re saying…

Loved Sue! She did a great job explaining a difficult and detailed topic in a short period of time! Would go to any future courses taught by her. I am certified in SI and have also taken refresher theory and treatment courses, but this course was exceptional. The material was easy to follow and presented in a clear manner, making it memorable and immediately clinically applicable.

This class was phenomenal. I had no idea it would present such in-depth information that directly pertains to my practice and covers more explicit in-depth neuro, functional information and sensory pragmatics than my courses in my OT training. Thank you!

Dr. Teresa May-Benson is an excellent teacher, she is brilliant, well organized and is passionate about the topics she presents.

The ability to participate in this intervention program was a blessing! I am so thankful for the opportunity.

The Spiral Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, and as such your donation is tax deductible.

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