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Sensory Modulation webinar feedback May 2020

Kapa haka or herbal tea was a short one-hour webinar developed by Te Pou in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The webinar provided foundational knowledge about the use of sensory modulation approaches to support people experiencing tough times. Facilitation of the webinar included clinical, lived experience and Māori perspectives. A total of 217 people attended across the three webinar sessions held in April/May. Webinar attendees worked in mental health, addiction, disability, and education settings. A summary of the post-webinar survey feedback from 81 attendees (37 per cent) is below.



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