Multi-sensory Strategies for use with Sensory Modulation Disorders, Tools for the classroom.

Course Description:This interactive workshop provides the learner with the skills to address Sensory Modulation Disorders with an array of multi-sensory tools and techniques that can be immediately implemented in the classroom. The strategies are rooted in the theoretical framework developed by renowned author and pediatric researcher Dr. Lucy Jane Miller. Author and workshop presenter, Dr. Doreit S. Bialer will review the principles outlined in their book “No Longer a SECRET”and offer innovative, cost-effective and easy to use techniques based on sensory and neuro-developmental frames of references that work well in school settings.

The labs are designed to help participants learn to create, adapt and implement the suggested tools. Demonstrations and participant involvement will be used to facilitate learning.Attendees will gain knowledge of the specific guidelines for intervening with different modulation challenges, gain the necessary skills and be ready to return to the classroom with a tool box of ideas.

Monday March 4th, 2019

Adria Hotel & Conference Center
221-17 Northern Blvd
Bayside, NY,11361

6:30pm – 8:30pm

Julia Gamiello

This workshop is a must for school-based providers. This workshop is geared toward the beginner and intermediate OT, OTA, PTA, and SLP. Teachers are welcome to join.

Please bring the following:

  • Package of enlarged rubber bands
  • 2 rolls of ace bandage
  • Roll of masking tape
  • 3” Binder

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify different sensory modulation states in students 
  • Understand intervention principles applicable to varying modulation disorders 
  • Describe and select appropriate sensory and motor intervention tools and strategies to enable children to attend and participate in the classroom setting