Monday, April 5, 2010

Creating an Sensory-Friendly Environment in your Home: A Small-Group Workshop by Teo Lee Fun, OT

“Listening to other parents’ questions, and discussing the solutions with a professional was great! The small-group workshop is an effective format” – Parent, Bukit Damansara, 2009 participant

After consulting with an Occupational Therapist about their children’s needs, parents of children with sensory integration difficulties often want to create a sensory-friendly environment in the home. During this small-group workshop, parents will learn how to make or get the appropriate equipment and materials, learn the correct methods of using them, and learn how to be financially resourceful by using items available around the home.

The size of the workshop is intentionally kept small, maximum of 12 participants:

  • To allow each participant to touch, feel, press, poke, squash, sit on, swing on, push, and bounce on the various equipment and materials
  • To allow time for high-quality discussions with Ms Teo.


Saturday, 15 May, 2010

2:00pm to 4:00pm

Light refreshments will be served


Teo Therapeutic Centre

Petaling Jaya, Selangor.

(Address will be given out to registered participants)

About the speaker:

Teo Lee Fun is an occupational therapist trained in New Zealand and has been working many years in this field. She is SIPT (sensory integration praxis test) certified with the University of Southern California(USC/WPS). She has also attended professional training in areas such as sensory integration, NDT, MORE approach, Samonas and Therapeutic Listening.

Ms Teo has a special interest working with children with learning difficulties and sensory integrative dsyfunction. She has given seminars, lectures and conducted numerous workshops for parents, teachers and others involved with children with special needs.

For questions or to register, please contact ANDI Initiative at 012-538-6134 (8:00am until 6:00pm) or email