Connections: Treatment of Sensory Processing Issues

This two-day workshop will provide clinicians with state of the art treatment ideas for comprehensive sensory processing intervention across the lifespan. Videotape analysis, and lectures will support the learning of integrative treatment for individuals experiencing the impact of sensory processing challenges. This workshop is presented at an intermediate level of knowledge providing clinicians with current sensory processing strategies for mixed populations in children and adolescents. Therapists across disciplines (OT, PT and Assistants) will enjoy this innovative learning experience.
Learning Objectives
Following this course, participants will be able to:
•  Develop a repertoire of treatment strategies to up-regulate and down-regulate patient arousal for functional self-regulation.
•  Develop a repertoire of treatment strategies to influence posture and praxis for functional motor performance.
•  Develop a preliminary understanding of the art of therapy.

15 hours – There will be a 15 minute each morning and afternoon break each day

Day One
7:30 a.m.   Registration/Continental
8:00 a.m.
•  Sensation as a Regulator! Threads in Common from Infancy to Adulthood
•  Up-regulation and Down-Regulation in Treatment of Infants
•  Up-regulation and Down-Regulation in the Classroom
•  Up-regulation and Down-Regulation in Adolescents
•  Video Tape Treatment Demonstrations
Noon – Lunch
1:00 p.m.
•  Sensory Processing for Learning
•  Visual, Auditory and Vestibular Strategies for Learning
•  In the Classroom
•  Adolescents
5:00 p.m.    Adjourn
Day Two
7:30 a.m.   Registration/Continental
8:00 a.m.
•  Sensory Processing Intervention for posture, movement and praxis
•  Creating movement in Infants
Noon – Lunch
1:00 p.m.
•  Addressing Movement issues in the classroom
•  Sensory Motor Intervention in Adolescence
•  Videotape Treatment Demonstrations
5:00 p.m.   Adjourn

CEU’s – 15 hours/1.5 CEU’s
Certificates will be awarded at course end. This course has been approved by the Maryland PT Board.  This course has been submitted for approval to the Pennsylvania, Ohio, New Jersey and West Virginia PT Boards. Care Resources is an Approved Provider for the New York and North Carolina PT Boards and an Approving Provider for the California PT Board. The Virginia PT and OT Boards, the Delaware PT Board and the North Carolina OT Board accept board approvals from any other state.

Method of Instruction
Lecture, group discussion, case studies, video case analysis

What to Bring/Wear
Feel free to wear comfortable clothes for this course