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A Consultative Model for Supporting EF

A Consultative Model for Supporting Executive Functions at School and Home Executive functions, those skills that allow us to plan, organize, problem-solve and focus attention and emotions, are fundamental to a child’s success in daily life.  Many professionals find themselves with limited contact time to address such comprehensive and critical skills. This 1.5-hour webinar provides […]

ADHD Sign Held by Little Boy

ADHD: Intervention Strategies for School-Based OTs and SLPs Are you a school-based OT or SLP seeking intervention strategies for ADHD? Over 9.5% of school-aged children receive a formal diagnosis of ADHD.  Many more demonstrate undiagnosed characteristics. It is critical that professionals thoroughly understand the nature of the diagnosis and implications for intervention. This 90-minute webinar […]

Poor Impulse Control, Motivation, and Self-Regulation

An Executive Functioning View of Poor Impulse Control, Motivation, and Self-Regulation Often children and teens with sensory needs continue to struggle with impulse control, behavioral regulation, and self-control even after sensory plans have been put into place. This groundbreaking, 2-hour course looks at how sensory and Executive Function (EF) skills work together, how to address […]

Breakthrough Solutions Chronically Disorganized Student

Breakthrough Solutions for the Chronically Disorganized Student Poor organizational skills are often a hallmark sign of weak Executive Function Skills, the skills that allow us to plan, prioritize, organize, and carry out our plans. Weak skills in these areas will greatly impact an individual’s ability to succeed in school and in independent living. This 1-hour, […]

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Delving into Dyslexia: Identifying and Supporting Students Dyslexia inhibits otherwise capable students from mastering encoding, decoding, and fluency skills necessary for reading proficiency. Affecting approximately 8-20% of individuals, the impact of instruction and learning is profound, with implications beyond the scope of reading alone. OTs have a unique and powerful role in the identification, assessment, […]

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Effectively Coach Parents! Quick Strategies There are times when health circumstances, such as the novel COVID-19 pandemic, leave parents responsible for teaching or overseeing their child’s core academic content. Many school-based professionals are seeking creative ways to support parents while continuing their child’s development and meeting their goals. This solution-packed 1-hour webinar is designed to […]

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Learning Lotus®: Cultivating Calm and Compassionate Kids In the face of an ever-changing educational landscape, school-based professionals must be more flexible, spontaneous, and creative than ever before. Families, children, and professionals are all feeling the growing pains of new learning paths. Reduced face-to-face learning time, increased parental involvement, and distance-learning lessons are leaving many feeling disconnected, unprepared, and […]

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Strategies for Supporting Twice Exceptional Students Approximately 360,000 children in the United States are identified as being twice exceptional, displaying an area of extreme strength and talent as well as a learning disability (e.g., ADHD, dyslexia, dysgraphia, autism). An equal number of children are currently undiagnosed even though they meet criteria. There is a critical […]


When It Isn’t Sensory: An OT’s Guide to the Impact of Executive Function Skills on Academic Performance When children struggle to make academic gains, it is often challenging to pinpoint the primary cause. While many professionals view attention, impulse control, and emotional regulation through the lens of sensory processing, these areas also are foundational to […]

Childhood Anxiety

Childhood Anxiety: What It Is and How to Address It Many professionals agree there is a current assault on children and the health of their developing brains. Excessive use of technology, increased academic expectations, and faster-paced lives are just a few of the theories that anxiety disorders are now the most common and chronic emotional […]

Creating a Sensory-Friendly Classroom

Creating a Sensory-Friendly Classroom The implementation of a sensory approach in a classroom can seem like a daunting task: How will the teacher have time for it? How do you get kids to use sensory strategies if they don’t want to stand out from their peers? How can you implement a sensory approach on a […]

Creating Time Awareness and Time Usage Skills

Creating Time Awareness and Time Usage Skills in Children with Poor Executive Functioning Executive Functions (EFs), the skills that allow us to plan, prioritize, organize, and carry out actions, are all based on our ability to think into the future. Children with poor EF skills often live in the “here and now,” and have limited […]