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AUT23-194 Sensory Pathways - Two part webinar series

AUT23-194 Sensory Pathways - Two part webinar series




Dates: November 14th & 28th

Time: 7:00p.m. 

This in depth two part webinar looks in great detail at the different sensory pathways people seek to access in order to self regulate.

Offering a sensory break that does not fit the unique needs of a person is pointless and it does not help or support the child in any way.

This two-part webinar teaches us about how to assess the needs of the individual and how to structure sensory breaks that will reduce stress and agitation in a child. 



Webinar: Sensory Pathways - Two part webinar series

Part 1 - Exploring the Different Sensory Pathways

Part 2 - Functional Sensory Breaks & Pupil-Centred Movement Plans



Muireann Sadlier is a Primary School Teacher who has worked in inner city DEIS settings in Limerick city and special school settings.

She has completed a postgraduate study in SEN at St Patrick's, Drumcondra as well as the postgraduate diploma in SEN in Mary Immaculate College, where she completed her Masters (MSEN). This study examined communication & behaviour. 

Following this she was seconded to the SESS for 4 years and subsequently to the NCSE for just under four years. In these roles she wrote and delivered seminars for education settings on literacy for the special school,  numeracy for the special school, working with non verbal pupils,  adapting and differentiating the curriculum for pupils with varied learning profiles, managing challenging behaviour, yoga & mindfulness in the school setting and wellbeing in the school setting. Currently she delivers bespoke CPD to school staff via ZOOM.  


Course Details

Course Start Date / Time 14-11-2023 7:00 pm
Course End Date / Time 28-11-2023 8:00 pm
Cut off date 28-11-2023 6:00 pm
Capacity 1000
Course Fee Free
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