On Demand Webinars

Our on demand webinars cover a wide range of topics of interest to clinicians working in the area of sensory integration. These webinars are available for purchase at any time. Buy them once and they remain in your account library, available for on-line viewing at any time, as many times as desired. Each webinar has downloadable handouts. AOTA CEUs or CE contact hours are available after completion of a CE quiz. Certificates may be downloaded at any time from your account.

$65.00

Assessment of Adults with SPD

This webinar will discuss assessment processes and tools for use with adults.

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$65.00

Understanding Executive Functioning: A Primer for Occupational Therapists

This webinar will examine the relationship of executive functions to self-regulation and praxis skills.

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$65.00

Working With Adolescents With Feeding Challenges

Using a sensory integration lens, webinar participants will learn how they can best support their adolescent clients who experience challenges with feeding, meal planning/preparation, and engagement in social eating situations.

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$25.00

What’s the Prognosis?: Current State of Research on Long-Term Outcomes for Children with SPD

This webinar will review the current literature on sensory processing in adults and follow-up studies with children along with a discussion of the strengths and limitations of the research.

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$65.00

Bilateral Motor Coordination, Fine Motor Skills and Handwriting: Connections, Assessment and Intervention

This webinar will examine how primary bilateral motor coordination patterns impact functional skills such as fine motor skills and handwriting development.

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$65.00

Primitive Reflexes/Primary Movement Patterns: Exploring Implications for Evaluation and Integration

This presentation will expand concepts previously presented in “Primitive Reflexes/Primary Movement Patterns: A Deeper Understanding of Postural Development" and will explore implications for evaluation of the continued dependence of primitive postural patterns in children.

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$65.00

Supporting the Development of Children’s Regulation through Play

This webinar will discuss how to build children's self-regulation skills through play.

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$65.00

Supporting Parents of Children with Sensory Processing Challenges: In and Out of the Clinic

This webinar will discuss how to support the parent-child relationship with an emphasis on supporting parents. 

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$65.00

Using Ayres Sensory Integration Intervention in Early Intervention

This webinar will examine how ASI intervention fits within early intervention services, how ASI may be provided with fidelity in this population, and what to look for in clinical reasoning and intervention activity implementation to increase fidelity to ASI in this setting.

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$65.00

Interoception, Sensory Processing and Self-Regulation

This webinar will present information on what interoception is, its neurobiological foundations and how it relates to common areas of dysfunction in children with sensory integration challenges.

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$10.00

Exploring the International Board on Books for Young People’s Selection of Outstanding Books for Children with Special Needs

Participants of this webinar will learn what guidelines and criteria the IBBY committee uses, will have a chance to explore some of the awarded titles, receive a list of which award winning books are available in the U.S., and get ideas for how the books can be used with and by the children themselves.

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$65.00

Introduction to Goal Attainment Scaling as a Meaningful Outcome Measure for Sensory Integration-Based Services

This webinar will provide an introduction to the GAS goal writing methodology and present its strengths and challenges for implementation in clinical practice.

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$65.00

Primitive Reflexes/Primary Movement Patterns: A Deeper Understanding of Postural Development

This webinar will provide participants with a basic understanding of primitive reflexes/primary movement patterns, how these patterns relate to postural development and functional skills, and the importance of thinking about these patterns in the context of sensory integration treatment.

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$65.00

Supporting the Parent-Child Relationship: Working with Children with Sensory Processing Challenges

This webinar will introduce some core principles into different theories and models such as attachment theory, mutual regulation model, and reflective thinking to broaden our understanding of the parent child relationship.

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$65.00

Assessment of Behaviors in Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder

This webinar will examine how to assess problematic behaviors and identify the underlying sensory, praxis, and emotional factors which may cause them.

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$65.00

Treatment Strategies for Self Regulation in Children

This presentation will focus on goal oriented treatment of children who struggle with sensory integration and mental health issues.

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$65.00

Sensory Integration in a Bag

This webinar will provide therapists with equipment and activity ideas that are essential materials to be “in the bag” or “in the car” for every traveling therapist who wants to use a sensory-based approach to intervention.

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$65.00

Get a Grip on It! Understanding Hand Function and Intervention Strategies for Manipulation and Handwriting

This webinar will present the anatomy, structure and function of the hands while discussing how these relate to functional manipulation and handwriting skills.

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$65.00

Autism Spectrum Disorder, Motor Performance, and Praxis: A Primer

This webinar will examine motor performance and praxis problems in children with ASD.

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$65.00

Addressing Sensory Processing Disorder at School: Options for Intervention

This webinar will identify challenges experienced by students in school that may be related to difficulties with sensory processing.

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