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Practical Sense in Sensory Integration III: The Missing Pieces

Julia Harper, PhD, MS, OTR/L

An intermediate to advanced level 2-day conference designed for experienced therapists to increase their ability to practically implement sensory strategies into their everyday treatment of the higher-functioning/subtle sensory processing dysfunction. Many therapists working with these clients are making minimal gains solely because these dysfunctions go undetected and are not treated effectively. Learn PRACTICAL, hands-on, specific techniques focusing on the recognition and treatment of sensory discrimination disorders. These strategies will improve skill acquisition and increase the rate of progress, resulting in notable functional outcomes in your treatment session.

A must do conference for the clinician working with Developmental Delays, Learning Disabilities, motor planning deficits, sequencing and organization deficits and executive function dysfunctions.

Requirement:
Five-years plus experience in Sensory Integration, or previous attendance at Practical Sense in SI – Part 1

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May 18 & 19, 2020 – New York, NY

Early $470.00* | Regular $495.00 

*Early registration must be received 21 prior to seminar.  For Group Discounts See Discounts Tab Below

$495.00 $470.00

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Objectives

Learning Objectives
Participants completing this course should be able to:

  • Identify the indicators of a discrimination dysfunction, using clinical observation skills, and indicate how this affects their specific discipline.
  • Demonstrate the use of specific manual treatment approaches to address sensory integration dysfunction.
  • Identify appropriate sensory-based home and classroom strategies to promote ease and efficiency in carry-over of treatment strategies for parents and teachers.
  • Demonstrate the ability to write measurable, functional outcomes as a result of appropriate identification of dysfunctions and treatment strategies for each client.

Target Audience & Course Level 

Experienced Occupational and Physical Therapists who are interested in learning PRACTICAL, hands-on, specific techniques focusing on the recognition and treatment of more subtle, higher functioning clients with sensory processing disorders.

Schedule

COURSE SCHEDULE

8:00 am – 4:00 pm

 

Day One

8:00 am – Welcome and Overview of Discrimination Dysfunction

Focus placed on the therapist clearly defining discrimination dysfunctions and understand how it affects skill and impedes progress.

9:30 am – Break

9:45 am – Video Discussion

Learn to identify a child with discrimination dysfunction and observe how it affects skills.

11:30 pm – Lunch (On your own)

12:30 pm – Somatodyspraxia

Learn to identify this disorder with specific testing strategies and clinical observations and understand discipline specific implications, along with specific hands-on treatmen strategies.

02:45 pm – Break

3:00 pm – Case Studies and Questions

4:00 pm – End of Day One

Day Two

8:00 am – Postural-Ocular Disorder

Learn to identify and treat this disorder with specific testing strategies and clinical observations and understand discipline specific implications. Participants will learn specific, hands-on strategies to implement with clients (Lab)

10:00 am – Break

10:15 am – Bilateral Integration and Sequencing Deficit

Learn to identify and treat this disorder with specific testing strategies and clinical observations and understand discipline specific implications. Participants will also learn specific hands-on strategies to implement with clients (Lab).

12:00 pm – Lunch (On your own)

1:00 pm – Putting It Together

Understand how lower level issues affect discrimination, prioritizing treatment and quantitatively measuring progress and skills.

2:15 pm – Break

2:30 pm -Sensory Diet and Case Studies

Participants will diagnose and design sensory diets for specific case studies.

4:00 pm – End of Day Two

Faculty

Julia Harper, PhD, MS, OTR/L 

Julia Harper, PhD, MS, OTR/L is the Clinical Director and President of TheraPeeds.Dr. Harper holds advanced certifications, including a SIPT certification from Sensory Integration International and INPP certification from the Institute for Neurophysiological Psychology in the UK. She was an Adjunct Professor in the OTA Program at LaGuardia College and holds a music degree from the Royal Academy of Music, which she applies to her work in Sensory Integration.

Dr. Harper receives a speaking fee for her presentation. She has no relevant non-financial relationships to disclose.

Venue

May 18 & 19, 2020
Hotel Pennsylvania 
401 7th Avenue, NY, NY
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CEU'S

Educational Credits

13 contact hours

Approved for 13 contact hours by NYSED’s State Board for PT.

Application has been made to the NJBPTE for CE credits.

color web&pptTSI is an AOTA Approved Provider of continuing education. AOTA does not endorse specific course content, products, or clinical procedures. Approved by AOTA for 1.3 CEUs. 13 contact hours, Intermediate Level, Domain of OT: Performance Skills and Occupational Therapy Process: Intervention.

This course is offered for 1.3 ASHA CEUs (Intermediate level, Professional area).

 

Discounts

Group Discount

Early $470.00* | Regular $495.00 

*Early registration must be received 21 days prior to seminar
VALID UNTIL APR 27, 2020

3 or more registrants – Early –  $444.81 | Regular – $468.47  (use code group3)

In order to qualify for the group discounted rate, registrations MUST all be received within 24 hours (of the first registration) if registering on-line, and in the same envelope if registering by mail.  PLEASE NOTE: Registrations received after a group has been processed will not be eligible for the discount.

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