March 24, 2019
Join us and explore the foundations of sensory processing, and a variety of ways to include sensory and motor-based interventions in your practice! Alex Lopiccolo provides practical ideas and the clinical rationale for the use of suspension and non-suspension equipment, and other therapeutic tools when implementing interventions in the clinic, school, or at home.
Hands-on intervention ideas supporting breath, coordination, timing, balance, spatial relationships, and strengthening will be presented. Learn a variety of ways to modify, adapt, and grade activities and environments, to achieve the best possible outcomes when working with children and adolescents. Alex will also present ways to create DIY sensory-based equipment and tools at low cost.
This dynamic, hands-on course is in high demand, and seating is limited due to the interactive nature of the training. Don’t delay! Register today!
*You will receive contact hours for this workshop.
9:00 am– Intro to SPD and Sensory Integration Intervention
9:30 am– Therapeutic benefits of sensorimotor treatment intervention; Activity demonstration – Sequencing Skills; Participant activity with problem solving to grade, modify and adapt activity for best possible therapeutic outcomes
10:30 am– Break
10:45 am– Activity demonstration – Bilateral Coordination; Participant Activity with grading and modification
11:45 am– Group discussion about activities
12:00 pm– Lunch
1:00 pm– Activity demonstration – Motor Planning Activity; Participant Activity with grading and modification; Group discussion about activities
2:30 pm– Break
2:45 pm– Activity Demonstration – Visual Vestibular Activity; Participant Activity with grading and modification; Group discussion about activities
3:45 pm– Documentation of therapeutic occupational therapy sessions
4:00 pm– Q&A, Home programming, DIY sensory equipment.
New Direction School- Sensory Gym
78 Pomeroy Terrace
Northampton, MA 01060
For more information, please contact:
Rowen Gray- firstname.lastname@example.org