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Workshop SectionMaking Sense of Sensory Seminar ~ June 27, 2019
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DepartmentESU 9
Primary ContactJoseph Haney
DescriptionCari Ebert, a pediatric Speech-Language Pathologist talks about understanding that sensory input drives motor and behavioral output provides the foundation for this course. The way young children take in and respond to sensory information can significantly impact their learning, development and behavior. During this presentation, educators and therapists will increase their knowledge related to the impact of sensorimotor issues on speech, language and social-emotional development. An overview of the external and internal sensory systems will be provided along with a discussion of observable characteristics related to sensory over-responsivity, sensory under-responsivity and sensory craving behaviors. Participants will examine the benefits of using multisensory activities to help young children interact more effectively with their environment.
Location5807 Osborne Drive West, Hastings, NE
StatusThis section is currently full, but there is a waiting list.
83 Registered
5 Minimum; 80 Maximum; 84 Lunch Count
Section Date(s)
DateStart TimeStop Time
June 27, 20198:30 AM 3:30 PM

Registration DeadlineJune 16, 2019
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AudiencePediatric SLPs, Phsyical Therapists, OTs, Therapy Asst, Early Childhood Educators, Social Workers, Administrators
Materials Fee$0.00
LunchYes, lunch is provided.
College CreditNo, this section can NOT be taken for college credit.
T-ShirtsNo, this section does NOT have t-shirts.
Comments

At the end of this seminar participants will be able to:
1. List and describe the external and internal sensory systems.
2. Contrast how sensory over-responsivity, sensory under-responsivity and sensory-seeking      behaviors impact learning, development, and behavior in young children.
3. Integrate sensorimotor strategies into early childhood classrooms and therapy sessions to support learning and development.
4. Recognize how organization of the environment can influence the young child’s attention and ability to learn.
5. Describe the communicative functions of challenging behaviors.
6. Identify the key differences between a behavioral tantrum and a sensory meltdown.

A light breakfast and lunch will be served.