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Sensory Motor Preference Checklist Webinar

$9.99

You asked for it, you got it! This webinar is one of the favorite modules from our complete Alert Program® Online Course. This webinar will offer you insight as you observe what you do to keep yourself alert throughout your day (self-regulation). Awareness of your own sensory-motor preferences will help you build the foundation for better understanding and better observation of self-regulation strategies used by clients, students, children, and even your family members. When taking this webinar, you will receive the Sensory-Motor Preference Checklist (for Adults) to fill out and follow along as you view the webinar. The four segments add up to one hour of viewing that will fly by and surely keep you laughing as you learn more.

Level: Beginning or Intermediate

Description

Who is this webinar designed for:
This webinar is intended for parents and family members of students with special needs as well as a variety of professionals including OTs, PTs, SLPs, teachers, and counselors. All who want to understand more about the relationship of sensory strategies and self-regulation will benefit.

Continuing Education Objectives:
Learners will be able to:

  1. Interpret their own sensory-motor preferences, thereby improving their ability to facilitate students’ self-regulation and attention.
  2. Identify their own sensory-motor strategies, thereby improving their ability to support students to choose appropriate strategies.

About the Authors:
Mary Sue Williams, OTR/L and Sherry Shellenberger, OTR/L, have lectured extensively across the country and internationally since 1991. As co-owners of TherapyWorks, Inc., they have published numerous books, CDs, and games related to the Alert Program®. Mary Sue and Sherry continue to develop practical ways to teach people of all ages how to incorporate sensory integration and sensory processing theory into everyday living. In 2003, they were honored to receive the American Occupational Therapy Association’s Recognition of Achievement Award for “Excellence in Intervention Development and Dissemination” for outstanding contributions to our field.

Cancellation Policy:
TherapyWorks’ does not offer refunds on our downloadable/streaming products.

 

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