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Neuroplasticity for Children: Change the Brain and the Body Follows Can the brain be rewired to give your patients better results in therapy and at home? This one-of-a-kind training shows you how therapy can change the brain and how neuroplasticity can change the challenges in a child’s development. Studies show our brains can be rewired […]


OT’s Role in Social and Emotional Learning Social and emotional learning (SEL) is essential to human development and helps create a positive learning environment for all students. Many school districts are establishing systemic, schoolwide approaches to SEL. Therefore, it is important for school-based occupational therapy practitioners to understand their role in implementing SEL within therapy […]

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Visual Perception

Visual Perception and Its Impact on Learning: Strategies and Resources Did you know that 80% of all learning in a school setting is acquired through vision? There is a rise of focus and attention issues in the classroom that can be related to visual issues. Unfortunately if children are having difficulty using their eyes, they will often give up […]

Apps to Support Weak EF

Apps to Support Weak Executive Functioning in Children and Teens Children and teens with poor Executive Functions often benefit from technology to help with time orientation, organization of thoughts and materials, and for tracking progress in multiple areas of life. This 1-hour webinar looks at Lori’s top 20 picks of the most widely used apps […]

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The Art of Fine Motor Assessment ** Purchase this webinar and receive a coupon code for 25% off one SCHOODLES product. View product descriptions on the SCHOODLES website. For school-based occupational therapists, connecting assessment results, educational needs, and intervention can be a challenge. Using SCHOODLES School Fine Motor Assessment, we focus on systematically conducting a comprehensive, […]

Assessment of Executive Functions

Assessment of Executive Functions in Children and Teens This 1.5-hour webinar provides an overview of essential elements in the process of evaluating and assessing Executive Functions (EF) in children and teens, specifically those demonstrating challenges such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, learning disorders, and other developmental delays. A review of current research on EF development […]


Chromebooks in Special Education Google Chromebooks can be an excellent assistive technology tool for students with special needs. Students who have delays in physical, cognitive, or language development may require extra support from Assistive Technology. This course reviews a variety of strategies that can be used as a compensation technique when a student has difficulty […]

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Dyspraxia, Developmental Coordination Disorder, and Academic Implications The Dyspraxia Foundation defines dyspraxia as a form of developmental coordination disorder that effects, in addition to motor coordination, the ability to plan, organize, and carry out movements and sequences of activities in everyday life activities. Not only effecting gross and fine motor skills, dyspraxia can also impact […]


Get It Done! OT Documentation Documentation is an essential responsibility of therapists in school systems.  It can also be very time consuming and inconsistent among therapists, school districts, and states.  This 90-minute course reviews strategies that will save you time and ensure effective and accurate documentation. Strategies reviewed include screenings, evaluations, frequency recommendations, IEP/504 documentation, […]

Sensory AND Behavior

Sensory AND Behavior: Determining the Underlying Causes and Addressing Difficult Behaviors Appropriately When difficult behaviors arise in children with sensory processing disorders, we often ask ourselves if the behaviors are sensory OR behavioral in nature. However, experience shows us that the answer is usually both—sensory AND behavioral. This 2-hour webinar includes research to support this […]