Conference for School-Based OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS - Powerful Practices to Improve Student Outcomes in Unprecedented Times
At the end of this conference, participants will be able to:
- Identify how sensory processing and self-regulation impacts a student's ability to successfully participate in their education
- Identify the major sensory systems that impact learning and discuss strategies to create optimal learning environments for students
- Select and explain innovative strategies to address environmental, social, sensory, motor or other barriers to student performance in live or virtual treatments.
- Discuss and interpret evidence based-assessments while modifying your clinical expertise and intervention strategies for live or virtual environments
- List and compare on-line or standard documentation and data analysis strategies to assist with progress monitoring and clinical decision making.
- Identify and justify accommodations to ensure successful and meaningful participation for learners with varying needs in diverse settings, including home and school.