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Sensory AND Behavior (6-Hr Advanced Course)
$175

Sensory AND Behavior: A Comprehensive Approach to Addressing Challenging Behaviors (6-hour advanced-level course) Prerequisites for this advanced class include either Gwen’s full-day course (live or view-on-demand) titled Developing and Implementing Effective Sensory Diets or her webinar titled Effective Sensory Diets. Alternatively, professionals who have reached a comfort level with sensory processing disorders and the use […]

Tween Boy Frowning Disapprovingly at Camera
$175

Self-Regulation Intervention Using Neuroscience, Sensory Processing Theory, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Techniques Research shows that self-regulation is one of the most important predictors of academic success. In a nutshell, self-regulation is the ability to respond appropriately to a situation and involves sensory processing, emotions, and executive functioning skills. This 6-hour, action-packed, strategy-rich course provides a framework […]

Sensory Diets 101
$60

Effective Sensory Diets: An Evidence-Based Approach What’s the purpose of a sensory diet? Who needs a sensory diet? How do sensory activities affect the neurochemicals in the brain? How often should sensory breaks be provided? What sensory activities will be beneficial for this child? Which behaviors are most likely to be impacted through the use […]

$249

Neuro-Based Toolbox to Help Kids Manage Their Behavior and Emotions Join Gwen Wild, MOT, OTR/L, renowned self-regulation expert for this intensive 12-hour course to learn clinically proven neurological approaches to address self-regulation in children and adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), ADHD, ODD, OCD, anxiety, trauma, chronic stress, fetal drug exposure, […]

$35

Strategies for Supporting Weak Working Memory Working memory is a critical skill for academic and daily living success. The link between poor working memory and challenges such as ADHD, learning disorders, and Autism Spectrum Disorders has led many researchers to believe working memory is a stronger indicator of success than IQ. This highly practical, 1-hour […]

$60

Taming Tantrums and Ending Explosions: Strategies to Help Parent, Teach, and Treat Children with Behavioral Disorders No kid wants to be “the bad kid.” While most children occasionally have temper tantrums or emotional outbursts, some children have significantly more difficulty with defiance, aggression, disruptive, impulsive, and explosive behavior. These behavioral issues have a profound effect […]

The Interoceptive Sensory System
$45

The Interoceptive Sensory System Interoception has only recently been added as the eighth sensory system and yet a thorough understanding of this hidden sense is vital to therapists working with children with sensory modulation disorders. Information from the interoceptive system lets us know when we need to eat, drink, go to the bathroom, seek help […]

Virtual Summit for School-Based OTs
$175

Best Practice in Service Provision for School-Based OTs Overwhelmed by the size of your caseload? Unsure how to best meet the needs of students you serve? Confused by laws that guide service provision and how they fit in with your district’s system and policies? You are NOT alone! Join us for this innovative and resource-rich […]

Happy Asian female OT and mixed-race kids in classroom
$60

OT’s Role in Response to Intervention Response to Intervention (RtI) is a multitiered approach to the early identification and support of students with learning and behavioral needs. A common definition of RtI is a three-tiered model of school supports involving the services of a variety of personnel, including occupational therapists. Join us for this 2-hour […]

Targeting Problem Behaviors at School
$35

Targeting Problem Behaviors and Providing Intervention Strategies at School Donna Schulman, MS, OTR/L, narrates this 1-hour webinar that gives information for therapists, parents, teachers, counselors, and other professionals who provide services to children with special needs in schools. Information is presented on how to specifically identify problem behaviors and how to determine whether or not problem […]

$35

Brain Breaks, Sensory Breaks, and Movement-Based Learning in the Classroom Brain breaks, sensory breaks, and movement-based learning: What’s the difference and how do we use these effectively in the classroom? Research shows that increasing movement in the classroom helps students do better academically and behaviorally by improving attention, on-task behavior, memory, social skills, and mood. […]

$35

Sensory Strategies at School: Little or No Equipment Required! This 1-hour webinar provides a variety of sensory strategies that are easy to implement in the school environment with little or no special equipment required. Activities are broken down by an effect on the sensory system (calming, just right, and alerting). The course manual that is […]