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THERAPIES IN THE SCHOOL CONFERENCE SERIES 2 Individual Sessions: Practical Tools to Address Sensory vs. Behavioral Issues & Behavioral vs. Sensory Issues and Smart But Scattered: Helping Children Get Organized, Stay Focused and Control Emotions ONLINE COURSE (3 hrs)
Education Resources, Inc.
Discipline(s): Physical Therapy / Occupational Therapy
Contact Hours: 3
Registration Fee: $134
Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapist Assistants, Physical Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants
This course is offered for 3 Contact Hours, 0.3 CEUs (Intermediate Level) Please visit our CEU page for further details (click on the Purchase button to be directed to the CEU tab)
If you wish to get continuing education credits after watching this session, you will need to take the post-test and pass it with a grade of 80% or better. To take the exam, click the tab "Take Exam". After you have submitted your answers, you will find out if you passed. If you passed, click the "Receive certificate" button to download and print your CEU certificate. If you did not pass, you may re-take the exam at your convenience until you pass.
Practical Tools to Address Sensory vs. Behavioral Issues & Behavioral vs. Sensory Issues
Therapists are often asked, “Is it sensory, or is it behavior?” as if the two are mutually exclusive. This session will discuss the overlap of sensory and behavioral challenges. It will discuss the most under recognized sensory challenges. Participants will learn practical strategies that will impact both domains; as sensory processing and behavior are intimately related.
1. Describe the connections between certain behaviors and certain sensory processing challenges, and the limitations of the ABC method of looking at behavior.
2. Identify some of the most under recognized sensory challenges and why they are critical in ADHD, Autism, Anxiety and LD’s.
3. Utilize effective strategies to enhance function and behavior
Smart But Scattered: Helping Children Get Organized, Stay Focused and Control Emotions
Children with weak executive skills struggle to complete tasks in a timely fashion for many reasons: they can't focus, get organized, or manage their emotions in the face of challenging tasks. This workshop will describe strategies that can be used to help children with weak executive skills be more efficient and productive at school and at home.
Participants will be able to:
1. Identify 11 executive skills that govern goal-directed behavior and name at what age these skills are fully mature in typically developing individuals.
2. Describe three broad sets of strategies that can be used to support children with weak executive skills at home or at school.
Dates and Locations
01-01-2020 - 01-01-2020, 12:00AM 12:00AM