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Successful Tools for School-based Intervention: Integrating Behavior, Sensory, and Language Strategies
Presented By Rina Barak, CCC-SLP, Dr. Mary David, PsyD, Baily Zubel, OTD, OTR/L
November 25, 2019
Culver City, Ca
In the classroom and during speech and language sessions, students may be inhibited by various sensory, behavior, and/or speech and language needs. Many students with special needs are often impacted by more than one of these areas. This presentation at the intermediate/professional level provided information regarding how to differentiate between sensory/sensory integration needs and behavior needs. It also described how language delays and disorders can be related to noncompliant behavior. This presentation described how language and executive functioning skills can be utilized to assist in alleviating these issues. Practical strategies were provided on how to address sensory needs and behavior needs that are impacting attention and learning. Finally, the course emphasized how addressing the whole student can lead to more effective learning in the classroom and during speech and language sessions.
This program is offered for AOTA CEUs: 0.3 (Domain of OT: Client Factors)
“The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.”