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Certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration (CASI) - Module 6 Information



Module 6 provides the opportunity for therapists to observe experts in ASI intervention strategies work with children in a clinic which meets the criteria outlined in the Fidelity Measure. Participants bring a completed case to the course for analysis in small group and whole group discussions including interpretation of assessment findings, identified outcomes, and intervention strategies, design, and refinement of the fidelity to the ASI intervention principles.

Presented By:






Susanne Smith-Roley OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA

Please refer to CASI information page for Susanne's full bio.




This module is run as a hybrid course both online and live in-person.



Day One-      28th September 2024 8:00am-3:00pm online (Sydney time)

Day Two-      29th September 2024 8:00am-3:00pm online (Sydney time)

Day Three-   19th October 2024 8:00am-3:00pm- Live (Adelaide clinic)

Day Four-     20th October 2024 8:00am-3:00pm- Live (Adelaide clinic)



Days 1 & 2:

The online component is run through an online platform, full details are provided to participants when registered.



Day 3:

OTFC Group-Adelaide South Australia

Mile End Clinic

13 Rosslyn St

Mile End South, Adelaide, SA

Day 4:

OTFC Group-Adelaide South Australia

Parkside Clinic

7 Unley Rd

Parkside, Adelaide, SA

This will allow participants to see live treatment sessions in two state of the art sensory gyms.




Module 6 is open to occupational therapists (OT). Modules 1-5 are prerequisite to M6. 





After the course, participants will be able to:

  • Apply clinical reasoning in the design and implementation of intervention for individuals with sensory integration difficulties or dysfunction

  • Link the hypothesis from assessment with therapeutic proximal goals toward meeting proximal, participation-related outcomes

  • Use dynamic assessment while working with clients to refine the intervention during treatment

  • Name the process elements of the ASI Intervention Fidelity Measure 

  • Determine the ways in which the process elements interact during a direct intervention session

  • Explain the relationship between the activities and the facilitation of adaptive responses

  • Explain the importance of the client’s motivation and active involvement during the intervention

  • Discuss the benefits and limitations of ASI intervention with a wide variety of diagnostic groups, ages, and types of difficulties

  • Demonstrate the way in which sensory strategies are implemented in various contexts, including the home, school, and community.


Module 6 will provide 30 hours of training including the assignments. CLASI is an approved provider of continuing education units (CEU) by the American Occupational Therapy Association. The following AOTA CE Classification Code applies to M6: Occupational Therapy Practice. 

Return to the registration page to complete your enrollment




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