Certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration (Module 1 – 3)

Course Date
Module 4: 17 November 2023
Module 5: 17 January 2024
Module 6: 25 – 28 March 2024

Registration Deadline
17 September 2023

Module 4 & 5: Online
Module 6:
Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore
65 Pasir Ris Drive 1
Singapore 519529
Training Room Level 4

Module 4 & 5: Virtual Self – Paced, and participants may complete the
modules at their own pace before the
start of the next module.

Module 6: 9:00am – 5:00pm

Each module will provide 30 training hours including assessments

Full Course fee S$3340* (excluding GST)
*Pending VCF Approval

Module 1: S$420
Module 2: S$420
Module 3 + EASI Assessment Kit:

Course Capacity
Max : 35 participants

Targeted Participants
Speech & Language Therapists,
Occupational Therapists

Course Outline

The latest advancements in neuroscience support the application of the theory of sensory integration
as an approach to dealing with children, adolescents, adults, and older adults. This module 1 will
provide the therapists with a theoretical basis for the application of the theory of sensory integration
for clinical practice. Module 2 aimed at introducing and orienting the learner to the scope of
comprehensive assessment in ASI, including specific methods for assessing core sensory integrative
functions and planning intervention when applying the ASI framework. Learners are introduced to
information on direct and indirect assessment, including the Evaluation in Ayres Sensory Integration
(EASI) (Mailloux, Parham & Smith Roley, 2016, in process) and the Sensory Integration and Praxis
Tests (SIPT) through http://www.wpspublish.com.
This module provides hands on practice and review of all aspects of sensory integration and praxis
with a variety of assessments that were introduced in Module 2. During the onsite Module 3,
participants will have an opportunity to clarify any questions they have about the information
presented in the online instruction, practice assessment administration and scoring with peers and,
when possible, practice the assessments with children brought into the course

Learning Outcomes

Module 1:

Define scientific theory, model and frame of reference
Recognize core principles and concepts of Ayres Sensory Integration® Theory
Describe the common patterns of sensory integration dysfunction and their proposed neural
Describe the neurological structures and their functions involved in the process of sensory
Describe the relationship between sensory integration and participation in everyday activities and
Describe the functional implications and occupational factors in relation to changes of sensory
Discuss the praxis and its role in performance and behavior

Module 2 & 3:

Determine an assessment plan for a client
Determine the evaluations appropriate to assess ASI constructs in all areas
Analyze the psychometric strength of the evaluations
Reliably administer the EASI, SIPT, and SPM
Understand the constructs tested by sensory related measures
Design clinical observations of sensory integration constructs when standardized measures are not
Demonstrate competence in the application of clinical observations based on ASI
Identify whether an evaluation report meets the standard for structural elements on ASI Intervention
Fidelity Measure

Course Instructor

Stephen Chan

Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore is a authorized training partner with Collaborative for Leadership in Ayres Sensory Integration (CLASI) for the Certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration (CASI).
For general information on CASI, please click on this link ASI Certificate Program — CLASI (cl-asi.org)
For FAQ on the course, please click this link Frequently asked questions — CLASI (cl-asi.org)

Terms and Conditions

  • Registration will be confirmed only upon receiving invoice or full payment.
  • If the participant is absent without valid reason or without supporting document, full course fees will be charged with no refund
  • VCF funding is subjected to approval by NCSS and staff of Social Service Agencies (SSAs) which
    are members of NCSS may receive VCF funding based on a first come first served basis as slots are
  • Registrants from SSAs who have registered for the course but did not manage to get the funding,
    will pay the full course fees.
  • Registrants from non-SSAs will pay the full course fees.
  • For courses that are not VCF approved, the full course fees will apply.
  • Registration will be confirmed only upon receiving invoice or full payment.
  • If the participant is absent without valid reason or without supporting document, full course fees will be charged with no refund
  • 100% attendance of the course is required
  • VCF Funding is only eligible for staff attending Modules 1 – 3 together in the same run

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