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 both, and offers ways of discerning which is the primary area of challenge. This course is also available in an executive functioning webinar package.
- Define Executive Functions and list skills considered under the definition.
- Identify levels of the Intervention Pyramid, which helps sequence interventions from the bottom up.
- List the differences between EF needs and EF strategies.
- Differentiate the difference between Behavior Management Plans and Behavior Instruction Plans.
- Distinguish between weak self-regulation from both a sensory and EF perspective.
- Access a minimum of 10 resources or strategies to immediately use with students to assist with impulse and inhibition challenges.
Target Audience: introductory- to advanced-level occupational therapists, SLPs, teachers, parents, and others working with children with developmental needs
Course Instructor: Lori Benson Adams, MEd
Learning Assessment: Objective post-test
Continuing Education Units (CEUs)
This course is approved for 0.2 AOTA CEU or two contact hours under these Classification Codes: Category 1, Domain of OT: Performance Skills; and Category 2, OT Process: Intervention.
This course is offered for 0.2 ASHA CEUs (Introductory level, Professional area), beginning June 1, 2018.
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