Early Intervention Methods: Sensory Strategies
Date: Friday, September 18, 2015
Course #: W771
Time: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Credit Available: 0.3 CEUs; 3 SWCEUs; Approved by Illinois Early Intervention Training Program for 1.0 - Atypical Development, 1.0 - Typical Development, and 1.0 - Intervention
Young children learn in a sensory manner– that is, through their senses. This workshop provides professionals with an exploration of intervention strategies through a sensory lens.
Professionals will undertake an overview of sensory processing, as well as the impact of sensory processing on children’s daily routines. Specific sensory strategies that will help a baby reach a calm, alert state, or a toddlers reach a state of self-control, is the primary strategic focus of this workshop. No matter how one provides early intervention services, these sensory strategies will enhance delivery methods.
This is the second session in Erikson’s three-part series, Early Intervention Methods. Discover the other sessions here.
Instructors:Jennifer Rosinia, Ph.D.
Rosinia has more than 25 years of experience in pediatric occupational therapy. A specialist in serving the needs of children birth to age three and their families, she also has extensive experience working with school-aged children and young adults. An Erikson alumna, she holds a master's degree in early childhood education and a doctorate in child development. Her expertise is in neuroscience with a particular interest in sensory processing, the role of emotions, and the impact of relationships on the developing child. She enjoys a national reputation as a speaker and consultant. She is president of Kid Links Unlimited, Inc., a company whose mission is to link theory to practice, parents with professionals, and kids with their optimal potential.