Participants completing this course should be able to identify:
- Identify and contrast sensory integrative based treatment of praxis issues with treatment using motor learning (practice), and treatment of sensory modulation challenges (sensory diets and Wilbarger Protocol).
- Analyze the student’s academic and executive functioning challenges to determine how occupational performance may be improved by increasing praxis abilities.
- Design ways you can incorporate sensory integration-based praxis activities into your present school environment using collaborative problem solving with educational staff.
- Validly and quickly measure any therapeutic process for efficacy, and quickly and easily analyze the data at a level which is publishable.
Target Audience & Course Level
Intermediate level OT, OTA, PT and PTA.
8:00 am – 3:00 pm
8:40-9:25 Setting Up the Child’s Nervous System for Success
9:25-9:40 Individual Clinical Reasoning and Application of Concepts #1
9:40-10:00 Praxis Basics
10:15-10:50 Sensory Integration or Motor Learning?
10:50-11:15 Praxis Influences on Academics
11:15-12:05 New Praxis Information on Autism and Executive Functioning
12:50-1:00 Missing Piece
1:05-1:40 Addressing Academics/Executive Functioning Within an Educational Model
1:40-1:55 Measuring Our Progress
1:55-2:25 Putting It All Together
JUDITH KIMBALL, Ph.D, OTR/L, FAOTA
Dr. Kimball is Founding Director and Professor Emeritus, Department of Occupational Therapy, University of New England, Portland, Maine. Her education includes a PhD in psychology, a Master’s in Special Education and a Certification in Marriage and Family Counseling. She has published numerous research studies and book chapters on sensory integration. She was one of the original faculty appointed by Dr. A. Jean Ayres to teach sensory integration theory, treatment and testing, and since its inception has been associated with the Camp Avanti program founded by Patricia Wilbarger. Her present research is on the sensory processing issues in individuals with PTSD, especially veterans.
6 contact hours
Approved for 6 contact hours by NYSED’s State Board for PT.
Application has been made to NJBPTE for CE credit approval.
TSI is an AOTA Approved Provider of continuing education. AOTA does not endorse specific course content, products, or clinical procedures. Approved by AOTA for .6 CEUs. 6 contact hours, Intermediate Level, Domain of OT: Performance Skills and Occupational Therapy Process: Intervention.
Early $295.00* | Regular $320.00
*Early registration must be received 21 prior days to seminar –
VALID UNTIL NOV 18, 2019 for NYC
VALID UNTIL NOV 19, 2019 for LI
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