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Learning Objectives:

1.    Define sensory integration and neurologic components such as, the senses, the sensory-motor loop, basic neuroanatomy, and central nervous system functioning to apply sensory integration theory to occupational performance.

2.    Describe how attention and learning is dependent on sensory functioning. (Typical Sensory Functioning)

3.    Identify sensory dysfunction and its effects on academic, social-emotional, behavioral, and motor performance during occupations.  

4.    Identify evidence-based interventions to address specific sensory dysfunction with successful outcomes.

5.    Define intervention plans to address specific sensory dysfunction in a child’s occupation at home, school and in the community.

6.    Discuss appropriate environmental and occupation modifications to effectively address sensory functioning at home, school and in the community.

7.    Identify progress monitoring tools to effectively measure outcomes for sensory functioning.

 

Program Schedule:

Day 1 (3:00pm-6:00pm EST)

3:00 pm-4:00 pm  Theory and Neurological Foundations

4:00pm-5:00pm Typical Sensory Functioning: Attention and Learning is dependent on sensory functioning.

5:00pm-6:00pm Sensory Processing Dysfunction and Interventions (Modulation/ Reactivity)

 

Day 2 (3:00-6:00pm EST) 

3:00pm-3:45pm Sensory Processing Dysfunction and Interventions (Discrimination)

3:45-4:30pm Sensory Processing Dysfunction and Interventions (Dyspraxia)

4:30- 5:15pm Sensory Processing Dysfunction and Interventions (Postural, Oculomotor and Bilateral Integration)

5:15:pm- 6:00pm Progress Monitoring and Documentation  

 

Zoom Link: Within 24 hours of registering you will recieve a zoom link for the course you have registered for. Within 2 days of the date of the first session of the course you will recieve the link once again along with the handouts and any relevant information.

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