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Sensory Motor Play in Early Intervention: Improving Self-Regulation, Social Skills and Development



  • Improve student performance in executive function, pre-academics and motor skills
  • Stop temper tantrums and meltdowns
  • Decrease anxiety from sensory misinterpretations
  • Help with smooth transitions
  • Keep children on-task and focused
  • Enhance sharing, turn-taking and general social skills

Join Robbie Levy, MA, OTR/L, and discover how sensory, motor and play activities impact self-regulation, social skills and development. Learn cutting-edge, brain-based information and techniques for kids who exhibit the following behaviors:

  • Excessive temper tantrums and difficulty with transitions
  • Unable to stay focused on people or activities
  • Limited gross and fine motor skills
  • Overly aggressive during play, limited sharing and turn-taking
  • Distracted by background noises that others don’t seem to hear
  • Anxious in crowds/large groups
  • Overly fearful of swings and playground equipment
  • Constant need to touch people or textures, even when it’s inappropriate to do so
  • Doesn’t understand personal space

Through lecture, experiential activities, group and individual case studies, video and picture demonstration, you will come away with a “tool-box” full of activities and resources. Get your kids on a more powerful path to self-regulation and typical social and motor development!


Details

Product Details
Average Rating:
   4.5
Speakers:
Robbie Levy
Duration:
5 Hours 39 Minutes
Format:
Audio and Video
Copyright:
14 Mar, 2018
Product Code:
POS062485
Media Type:
Digital Recordings

CPD


CPD

This online program is worth 5.75 hours CPD.



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Speakers

Robbie Levy Related seminars and products: 2

MA, OTR/L


Robbie Levy, MA, OTR/L, founded Dynamic Kids in 1998 and serves as the director/owner. Her practice includes experienced occupational, physical, speech and language therapists who address a variety of sensory, motor, behavioral, social and academic issues in children from birth to adolescence. She has supervised and trained hundreds of therapists and graduate students from a variety of universities and colleges. Dynamic Kids partnered with NYU in graduate research in OT looking at the impact of sensory processing on attention, arousal and organization in preschoolers. Levy has been a presenter at national AOTA and NYSOTA conventions as well as an AOTA proposal reviewer.

Levy is an experienced university educator as well having taught Pediatrics at NYU and an advanced master’s class in Developmental Disabilities. She has many advanced trainings and certifications including SIPT, Therapeutic Listening, NDT, Handwriting without Tears, Wilbarger Protocol, How Does Your Engine Run, Benbow and DIR- Floortime. She is honored to be a recipient of the 2015 award from Westchester Woman of Influence.

Speaker Disclosures:

Financial: Roberta Levy is the Director/Owner of Dynamic Kids, Inc.  She is the author of the Dynamic Kids Ask the Expert blog.  She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.

Non-financial: Roberta Levy has no relevant non-financial relationship to disclose.


Additional Info

Program Information

Access for Self-Study (Non-Interactive)

Access never expires for this product.


Objectives

 

  1. Articulate extensive knowledge of the 7 sensory systems.
  2. Determine the characteristics of hypo-responsivity and hyper-responsivity within sensory systems.
  3. Explore the different types of play and the role each plays in early intervention.
  4. Communicate why excessive technology interferes with many areas of development.
  5. Design sensory and motor play interventions for motor development, emotional/behavioral development and self-regulation.
  6. Utilize new activities to incorporate into your classrooms/therapy/homes.
  7. Employ visual-cognitive strategies to enhance self-regulation.

Outline

 

  • Overview of Sensory Systems
    • Emphasis on tactile, vestibular and proprioceptive
    • Visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory
    • Body in space/body awareness
    • Modulation - when is it a problem?
  • Impact of Sensory on Behavior, Performance and Learning
    • Attention, self-regulation, organization, executive function
    • Motor output (gross, fine, handwriting)
    • Activities of daily living (ADL’s)
    • Behavior, social skills and self-esteem
  • Effective Intervention Strategies for:
    • Sensory:
      • Use all 7 systems-we are more than just auditory and visual learners
      • Modulation-characteristics of hyper and hypo systems
      • Concentrate on foundation skills and deep pressure/heavy work
      • Sensory Lifestyle/Toolbox - How to use what’s right there
      • Sound therapies and music- utilizing what you hear to change behavior and performance
      • Environmental modifications
      • Interactive Metronome, Brain Gym and more
    • Self-Regulation:
      • Yoga, Pilates, Me Moves-How movement helps
      • Breathing, oral-motor-using the ribcage and mouth to regulate
      • Meltdowns-prevention and what to do if you can’t
      • Transitions- how to help!
      • Social stories, visual-cognitive strategies and more
    • Play:
      • The 5 different types of play and their role in development
      • Use “Theory of Mind” framework to facilitate play and regulation
      • Enhancing independent play vs. adult/computer-directed play
      • Activities to enhance creative play, ideation and planning abilities
      • Activities to prepare for core curriculum goals in K and early elementary

Target Audience

Occupational Therapists, Occupational Therapy Assistants, Educators, Counselors, Speech-Language Pathologists, Social Workers, Physical Therapists

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Comments

Sandra C

"This was a superb presentation!!"

Becky M

"Very informative. Held my attention well."

Jonita E

"Great course! Very knowledge."

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