CLASI provides innovative and customized partnership, scholarship, and mentorship opportunities for mastering, applying and advancing knowledge in Ayres Sensory Integration® (ASI) theory and practice in order to:

Support and Develop Leaders

Promote Knowledge Development

Disseminate Evidence-Based Information

Facilitate Learning and Skills


Certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration®

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International Sensory Integration Congress 2020


FREE Webinars and Resources from CLASI


With many decades of experience in continuing education in ASI, the leaders at CLASI have developed the Certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration (CASI) with an emphasis on optimal learning methods for the various types of content. The result is a hybrid program which provides the convenience of self-paced, online learning with onsite learning for hands-on concepts that are enhanced through mentored experiences and feedback.

Learn more about how to get your certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration® in the video bellow (1:31):


How to get your ASI certification in 7 steps

  1. Register and complete online module 1;

  2. Register and complete online module 2;

  3. Pick the onsite location that fits you best for module 3;

  4. Register and complete online module 4;

  5. Register and complete online module 5;

  6. Pick the onsite location that fits you best for module 6;

  7. Get your CLASI Certificate in Ayres Sensory Integration®

CLASI Modules 1, 2, 4, and 5 are offered through online training and modules 3 and 6 are offered live at a site of your choice. Each module will provide 30 hours of training, including the assignments, for a total of 180 hours for the program. CLASI is an approved provider of continuing education units (CEU) by the American Occupational Therapy Association. Modules 1, 2, and 3 have been approved for Continuing Education Units by the California Physical Therapy Association.

Dates and Locations


ISIC 2020

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Click the “Enroll” button below to register for CLASI’s free webinars.

August 6, 2019 5pm PST
I’m confused! How do I know if the child’s problem is reactivity or perception and then what do I do?

September 24, 2019 5pm PST
I need confidence! What do I say to the parents or teacher?

October 22, 2019 5pm PST
I’m short on time, materials, and funding. How do I get a comprehensive assessment?

November 26, 2019 5pm PST
I’m ready to add to or create an intervention space and not sure where to start. Any ideas?




The purpose of the Evaluation in Ayres Sensory Integration (EASI) is to provide a valid and reliable tool for assessing key sensory integration functions that underlie learning, behavior, and participation. The EASI measures sensory perception, sensory responsiveness, postural/ocular/bilateral integration, and praxis, in a manner that minimizes the influences of culture, language comprehension, and prior experience. The initial development plan for the EASI is to collect international normative data on children 3-12 years of age. The longterm plan is to expand the items and normative sample so that the EASI can be used to assess sensory integration for all ages in a free and accessible format.


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