Interoception - Difficulties with sleeping, eating and knowing when to go to the toilet

Interoception - An internal sensory system telling us how we feel

Do you know people who find it difficult to be aware of when they are hungry, need the toilet or when they’re tired?

Tuesday 6th November we are arranging a conference where research and practice will come together to help answer some of your questions which may be popping up relating to our internal sense - Interoception.

This conference is bringing together researchers and practitioners to help parents and professionals understand more about how Interoception processing difficulties may affect people with additional needs.

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Presenting at the conference are

Dr Jamie Galpin - The Bridge School, London - What is Interoception​
Professor Manos Tsakiris - Royal Holloway, UoL - Being you, with a body in mind (including wearable tech.)​
Dr Sarah Garfinkel - Brighton & Sussex medical research - Autism & Interoception​
Dr Elizabeth Shea - Birmingham Food Refusal Service - Understanding food choices​
Dr Kelly Mahler - Mahler Autism Services, Pennysylvania - Assessments and understanding Interoceptive difficulties​
Caroline Bulmer - Queensmill School, London - Toileting & Sleep support

Tuesday 6th November
The Bridge school, London, N7 9LD
9 - 5pm
£175 - includes lunch & refreshments

​Aimed at Teachers, SENCO, Therapists, Care staff, Parents, Researchers, Students, and anyone looking to understand Interoception further.