Sensory Spectacle - Learn about sensory processing difficulties

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Sensory Spectacle help parents and professionals to know how to support children and adults with Sensory Processing Difficulties. We provide a range of workshops to help educate about and create a better awareness of sensory processing difficulties. Our workshops are largely interactive and always include our unique experiential teaching tools. See our website for more information

Areas we cover in workshops are 

- Learning the importance of the human senses

- Exploring our senses and interpreting sensation into meaning - neurology of our senses

- Sensory Integration

- General overview and introduction into Sensory processing difficulties

- What are sensory processing difficulties

- Ensuring (sensory) inclusion

- How we can recognise the needs of someone with a sensory processing difficulty

- Strategies to support sensory modulation

- Creative play and support ideas for sensory development - for home life, school or work settings

- Personalised support, case studies

- Awareness of how sensory processing difficulties impact people lives

- Identify specific sensory strategies

- Sensory curriculums

- Focus on abilities (not disabilities)

- Creative adaptations to support inclusion in your setting

- Ability support (autism awareness, diversity)


Who to contact

Contact Name
Becky Lyddon
Contact Position
Founder of Sensory Spectacle
07763620636 07763620636
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Where to go

Various, depending on workshop (see poster)


from £80 per person  Per day

Additional Information

Providing services to
Supporting people with
Challenging behaviour
Learning difficulty
Communication impairment


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