Watch this experiential program and learn evidence-based cognitive, physical and environmental strategies to help kids and teens take their Executive Function (EF) skills to the next level!
Easily integrated into any classroom, clinic, or home, these strategies promote self-regulation to allow students to attend and recall what they are learning, and then to be able to expand into higher level executive functions throughout the day. Most importantly, you will learn how to use goal attainment scaling to take your performance building strategies to build habits and routines—the key to independence and success!
You will learn proven skill-building and power driver interventions that are quick, individualized, and easy to use! Leave the day being able to implement:
This program will teach you a collaborative method of skill to performance building approaches, as well as adaptive and compensatory strategies as a “1-2 punch” to help kids and teens be proactive, socially and academically successful, with an end goal of independence! Your competence will translate to their confidence! PURCHASE NOW!
This online program is worth 6.5 hours CPD.
|Manual - Next Level Executive Function Strategies (2.22 MB)||73 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Nicole R. Quint, Dr.OT, OTR/L, is a licensed occupational therapist with more than 15 years of experience in pediatric practice, specializing in sensory processing, executive functioning skills, behavioral strategies and social emotional learning. Her clinical practice includes work in the hospital, home health, outpatient, and school-based settings. Currently an associate professor at Nova Southeastern University’s Department of Occupational Therapy, Dr. Quint provides instruction in both the masters and doctoral programs since 2009. She provides consulting services specific to advocacy in the schools, organizational conflict assessments, leadership, program development and evaluation, as well as innovative practice development. Her research focus includes adults with sensory processing disorder, autism and vision, and sensory based interventions.
Dr. Quint has developed programs to promote sensory processing as a foundation for learning, social emotional learning and development to promote performance in all areas. She has an expansive presence in local, state and national conference platforms, including Region 7 South Occupational Therapy Group; Florida Occupational Therapy Association (FOTA); American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA); Section on Pediatrics Annual Conference; Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy Annual Conference (SoPAC, APPTA); as well as presenting at the Canadian Occupational Therapy Conference in 2018. Dr. Quint provides professional development trainings for continuing education through OccupationalTherapy.com, Arizona Autism, PhysicalTherapy.com, Audiology.com, TheraCare AZ.
Dr. Quint heads the Making Sense of SPD Parent Support Group in Davie, FL, which works toward education, advocacy, and support for families living with SPD. She is the co-creator of It Just Makes Sense, a grant-funded professional development program for the occupational and physical therapists working in Broward County Public Schools, the sixth largest school district in the nation. Dr. Quint is completing her PhD in conflict analysis and resolution, focusing on conflict related to disabilities and systems, including special education, legal systems, and health care.
Financial: Nicole Quint maintains a private practice. She is an associate professor at Nova Southwestern University and an independent contractor with Western Psychological Services. Nicole receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc. She has no relevant financial relationships with ineligible organizations.
Non-financial: Nicole Quint is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association; Florida Occupational Therapy Association; the Caribbean Occupational Therapy Association; American Association of University Women; and the Community Transition Collaboration. She also serves on multiple educational committees.
The “Big 3” of Executive Function (EF): Impulse Control, Working Memory and Flexible Thinking
Create Neuro Connections to Optimize EF Development
Assessment: From Essential Observations to Standardized Tools
Skill-Building Strategies That Get Big Results!
Power Driver Interventions That Take Performance to the Next Level!
Connecting the Dots to Create the Optimal Learning Landscape
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