Live Q&A: Sensory Strategies at Home

Handouts are online HERE This is a follow-up to Ms. Peña's webinar, Sensory-Friendly Strategies at Home. Please note: This previously recorded Q & A

Live Q&A: Sensory Strategies at Home2022-05-09T22:34:35-05:00

Sensory-Friendly Strategies for Home – Part 2

Moira Peña, BScOT, MOT, OT Reg (Ont.), discusses sensory processing strategies for home. She describes how atypical sensory processing affects lived experiences of individuals with autism and outlines

Sensory-Friendly Strategies for Home – Part 22022-05-25T07:18:43-05:00

Brain & Sensory Processing Differences Across the Lifespan

Fakhri Shafai, Ph.D., M.Ed., discusses sensory differences experienced by individuals with autism across the lifespan. She describes atypical neuronal migration and synaptic pruning and outlines how such differences in

Brain & Sensory Processing Differences Across the Lifespan2022-06-07T06:03:19-05:00

Hippotherapy for Autism Spectrum Disorders

Founder and COO of Taking the Lead, Chelsea Whitaker, OTR/L, discusses hippotherapy and how this distinct practice can help individuals with autism and other disabilities. She describes how working

Hippotherapy for Autism Spectrum Disorders2022-02-18T06:13:30-05:00

Auditory Processing and Autism Spectrum Disorders

Sophie Schwartz, Ph.D., discusses auditory processing disorders (ADPs) in individuals with autism. She defines ADPs and highlights their impact on language acquisition and quality of life. Schwartz outlines her

Auditory Processing and Autism Spectrum Disorders2022-03-03T02:56:18-05:00

Telehealth Strategies for Early Intervention

Are you an early intervention provider who is new to telehealth coaching? Or are you familiar with parent coaching and/or telehealth delivery but looking

Telehealth Strategies for Early Intervention2021-07-19T13:56:24-05:00
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