Send us your comments: impact of the 'Traffic Lights article' on access to services and feedback about how Ayres' Sensory Integration supports everyday life.
ASI Wise's responded to the Novak and Homan 2019 article by hosting a recent webinar, website and other social media posts. This has led to ongoing discussions with others including members of RCOT - CYPF.
for more details. We would like to have further discussions and provide clear evidence of the impact of this article on access to services and the wider impact of this on therapists, families, teachers and our clients.
We are seeking to more formally gather evidence of the impact of the Novak and Honan article on access to therapy and services for people with sensory integration difficulties, to present to others including RCOT.
Part of evidencing best practice includes the voice of therapists and service users; and we'd like to share some positive stories with RCOT-CYPF about the impact sensory integration makes to the daily lives of people with Sensory Integration difficulties and those who educate, care for and support them in their daily life.
Completing this form includes consent to share and email contact from ASI Wise about what you have told us.
Thanking you in anticipation.
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Person with Sensory Integration difficulties
Impact on Services
My story or evidence of the impact of the Novak and Honan article on our or someone else's access to therapy and services for people with sensory integration difficulties. If you have any written evidence, please email it to
marking it "RCOT re impact Novak and Honan"
Here is my positive story to share with others including RCOT-CYPF about the impact sensory integration makes to the daily lives of people with sensory integration difficulties.
Please comment here on any other issues related to ASI and ASI provision you would like us to share with RCOT when we write to them.
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