Practical Sense in SI - Part 1

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Practical Sense in SI
Part 1

"Putting the Pieces Together"

An intermediate level 2 day conference that provides practical applications on specific evaluation and treatment techniques of modulation dysfunction for a varied client population. Very useful and practical information for clinicians working with autistic spectrum disorders (autism,PDD,Asperger’s, Retts), ADD/ADHD and the lower functioning clients that are difficult to reach because of behavioral problems and overt sensory processing deficits.

 

Who Should Attend?

Occupational and Physical Therapists who are interested in learning PRACTICAL, hands-on, specific techniques focusing on the recognition and treatment of sensory modulation disorders. These strategies will increase your clients’ ability to focus and learn and improve their skill acquisition, resulting in notable functional outcomes in your treatment sessions. Special Educators and SLPs can also greatly benefit from this course content.

 

Learning Objectives:

TheraPeeds uses an interactive medium in all classes and the programs are structured to cover each of the learning outcomes in each segment of instruction. The conclusion of each segment involves a review of the content covered and questions to assess the acquisition of learning outcomes.

At the completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  1. Identify the neurological process as well as the theories of neuroscience that govern Sensory Integration treatment.

  2. Identify the indicators of a modulation dysfunction, using clinical observation skills, and indicate how these indicators affect their specific discipline.

  3. Demonstrate the use of specific manual treatment approaches to address sensory integration dysfunction.

  4. Identify appropriate sensory-based home and classroom strategies to promote ease and efficiency in carry-over of treatment strategies for parents and teachers.

 
Continuing Education Credits: 

A certificate of completion will be issued at the end of the course, approved by the following sanctioning organizations:

This course has been approved for 15 Contact Hours / 1.5 CEUs by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). TheraPeeds, Inc, is an approved provider of continuing education by the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)(The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA). AOTA_CE_Logo
This course has been approved for 18 Contact Hours by the New York Sate Education Department's State Board of Physical Therapy (NYSEDSBPT). TheraPeeds, Inc, is an approved provider of continuing education by the New York Sate Education Department's State Board of Physical Therapy (NYSEDSBPT). nysedlogo


 

Presenter:

Julia Harper, MS, OTR/L

President of Therapeeds, Inc., Julia has practiced exclusively as a pediatric occupational therapist with a diversified client population and currently practices in NY and Florida. She has trained extensively, conducted research and holds advanced certifications in a variety of pediatric treatments. She is SIPT certified, lectures and trains therapist worldwide. Julia is nationally recognized for her work in SI treatment and her unique approach to providing integrative therapy.


 

General Cancellation Policy:

  • 75% tuition refund if cancellation received up to four weeks prior to the date of the seminar.

  • No tuition refund if cancellation made after the four week deadline.

  • Full tuition refund if seminar cancelled by Therapeeds or the sponsors.No refund for travel expenses.

 

S Y L L A B U S

Day One

Time

Activity

8:30 am

Registration and Continental Breakfast

9:00 am

Welcome and Overview of SI

Discussion of the factors influencing poor sensory processing, including diet, genetics and sleep.

10:30 am

Morning Break

10:45 am

Modulation: How does it Occur?

An overview of the process of sensory integration and current neuroscience theories, the practical implementation of these theories and their treatment integration.

12:30 pm

Lunch Break

1:30 pm

Modulation Dysfunction: Treatment Implications

Learn to recognize modulation dysfunction and its specific impact on each discipline.

3:15 pm

Afternoon Break

3:30 pm

Treatment Strategies for Modulation Dysfunction

Learn specific hands-on interventions to treat individuals with modulation dysfunction.

5:30 pm

End of Day One

 

Day Two

Time

Activity

8:30 am

Treatment Session: The Child with Modulation Dysfunction

Observe the treatment strategies discussed in the course as they are applied with a child with modulation dysfunction, and participate in active clinical reasoning of the treatment session.

10:30 am

Morning Break

10:45 am

Sensory Diet

Learn how to design specific strategies for use at home and school, to increase carryover and functional skills for modulation and self-regulation dysfunctions.

12:30 pm

Lunch Break

1:30 pm

Sensory Diet and Case Studies

Diagnose and write discipline specific goals and treatment plans as well as well as design sensory diets specific to their treatment

3:15 pm

Afternoon Break

3:30 pm

Sensory Sleuths

Video case study and interactive group discussion. Therapist will observe and detect sensory dysfunction and then determine appropriate treatment strategies to address specific needs.

5:30 pm

End of Day Two

Julia Harper is just the greatest OT and speaker I have witnessed! Her courses are amazing! Wish she had more in FL...closer to TAMPA! :)

Leia C.
St Pete, FL

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