Sensory Processing CEU Courses for OTs

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Self-Calming Techniques for Children with Autism
Presented by Mae Kunz, OTR/L
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Course: #4238Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This course is designed for occupational therapists who evaluate and treat children who have been diagnosed with autism and/or demonstrate sensory processing difficulties. Sensory and behavioral approaches to help address self-calming abilities in children who have been diagnosed with autism will be addressed individually in this webinar.

Cultivating a Sustainable Core, Part II: Therapeutic Interventions from Yoga, Physical Therapy, and Sports Medicine in Rehabilitation
Presented by Liz Gillem Duncanson, PT, MPT, ATC, CSCS, PYT, RYT-200, C-IAYT
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Course: #9290Level: Intermediate2 Hours
This course is a continuation of the course titled, "Yoga Therapeutics to Cultivate A Sustainable Core". We build on the evidence-based and anatomical foundation of the dynamic core and apply the clinical reasoning of progressing patients and athletes through therapeutic exercises.

Collaborative Consultation: Supporting Students with Autism in the Classroom
Presented by Tara Warwick, MS, OTR/L
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Course: #4144Level: Intermediate1 Hour
The purpose of this course is to provide tools and strategies for therapists in supporting inclusive classrooms. The course will incorporate evidence-based classroom supports for students with autism, highlighting Universal Design for Learning.

A Sensory Approach to Potty Training
Presented by Britt Collins, MS, OTR/L
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Course: #4109Level: Intermediate1 Hour
A Sensory Approach to Potty Training will define the 8 sensory processing systems and how they relate to potty training. This course will offer strategies to help create a plan for potty training a child with special needs.

Fidelity To Sensory Processing Interventions: What Are The Differences Between The Various Approaches And Interventions?
Presented by Bryan Gee, PhD, OTR, BCP
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Course: #3999Level: Introductory1 Hour
Sensory processing approaches are imbedded in how occupational therapy professionals are trained and practiced. This course will provide an overview of diverse sensory processing approaches and interventions with the aim of better articulating their role, efficacy and value across diverse populations and settings.

Authentic Social Engagement: A Sensational Proposition
Presented by Winnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTA
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Course: #3987Level: Intermediate1 Hour
People are both social and sensory beings. Their ability to engage with their lives and other people depends on their ability to interact in satisfying ways. Since each person has distinct sensory processing patterns, we must consider these sensory patterns as we support people to have a satisfying life. In this course, we will explore ways to support people in authentic places and activities and how to ensure that professional efforts generalize to peoples' entire lives.

Crumbs as a Tool in Pediatric Feeding Transitions
Presented by Marsha Dunn Klein, OTR/L, MEd, FAOTA
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Course: #3991Level: Intermediate1 Hour
This practical course will describe the use of crumbs as a bridge to sensory and motor transitions in feeding therapy to support the clinician and family. The goal with crumbs is child success and comfort, worry reduction, and parent success.

Prevalence of Sensory Processing in the General Population: It's all about us!
Presented by Winnie Dunn, PhD, OTR, FAOTA
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Course: #3738Level: Intermediate2 Hours
Because many of us work with people who have vulnerabilities, we sometimes forget that people have some of the same characteristics within the general population. In this course we will explore the patterns of sensory processing in the general population and discuss the impact on participation.

Rhythm and the Neurological Plexuses: Better Understanding Autism to Enhance Therapy Interventions; Part 2
Presented by Varleisha Gibbs, PhD, OTD, OTR/L
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Course: #3596Level: Advanced1 Hour
With current research advances in neurology, practitioners must revisit the evidence for best practice and to enhance intervention techniques for addressing the challenges of Autism. This course reviews Dr. Gibbs’ Self-Regulation and Mindfulness 7-level Hierarchy, the CIS method for contextual intervention, and the nine targeted interventions to address the nine senses.

Rhythm and the Neurological Plexuses: Better Understanding Autism to Enhance Therapy Interventions; Part 1
Presented by Varleisha Gibbs, PhD, OTD, OTR/L
Video
Course: #3595Level: Advanced1 Hour
With current research advances in neurology, practitioners must revisit the evidence for best practice and to enhance intervention techniques for addressing the challenges of Autism. This course reviews the nine neurological senses, neuronal oscillations, and the autonomic neuronal plexuses to better understand the symptoms related Autism.