Professional Workshops / Trainings

The Sensory Processing and Nutrition Connection and their link to Behavior and Learning

JUNE 2, 2019 - Sunday

Registration Time: 8:30 am / Lecture Time: 9:00 am-2:00 pm 


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Following this course, participants will:

1. Gain a greater understanding of sensory systems related to behavior and list their functions in relations to the nervous system

2. Gain a greater understanding of sensory processing deficits and identify them in the pediatric population

3. Gain a greater understanding and list sensory-based strategies that may impact behavior and learning in children with developmental disorders (Autism, ADHD,  anxiety disorder, learning disorders and other developmental disorders).

4. Gain a greater understanding of the connection between sensory processing and nutrition and identify related behaviors

5. Gain a greater understanding how sensory processing and nutrition relates with brain function and identify related behaviors.

6. Identify signs and symptoms of a food allergies in its impact on health and behavior in young children

Earn 4.25 hours

Lecturers: Bio Click Here

Mail-In Rate: $179

Parents are more than welcome, however, discount rate closed at this time)

                          

Product 2
$185.00

Sensory Integration Intensive Training

Kidz In Motion Program

AUGUST 12-16, 2019

Learning Objectives:

1. Identify and demonstrate administering at least 1 standardized tool, BOT-2, through a hands-on practical

2. Identify various sensory-based methods and strategies that may be used with children with special needs such as SPD, ASD, ADHD, LD and DD

3. Identify and differentiate between deficits in sensory processing affecting children's functional skills

4. Identify how to integrate sensory integrative concepts into a treatment protocol for children such a w/ SPD, ASD, ADHD, LD, DD

5. Identify and List supportive strategies that may be used in your treatment regime  

6. Identify and list the differences between an intensive and standard sensory integration intervention

Earn 41 hours

Lecturers: Bio Click Here

Early Bird Rate 6/28/19: $199 Mail In

                                            $215 Online Payment

Regular Rate: $259 Online only

Registration completed ONLY after all criteria is met on the Application along with Payment Click here for Application

                           

Kidz In Motion - For the Clinician
$215.00

CONDUCTING A PEDIATRIC EVALUATION: Part 1

From Birth to Five (PDMS-2)

APRIL 7, 2019 - Sunday

CLOSED

Registration 7:30 am/Lecture 8:00-5:00 


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Following this course, participants will:

1. Identify when to use, how to use, administer and score the standardized tool, Peabody Developmental Motor Scales (PDMS2) focusing on FINE motor for children birth to five through hands on practical and video

2. Identify normal & abnormal developmental areas assessed during a pediatric OT evaluation

3. Differentiate between deficits in sensory processing affecting children's performance on standardized tests.

4. List the what and why questions to ask during a parent interview during the evaluation process.

5. Recognize how nutrition (food allergies) and auditory issues may impact the functional skills of the child.

Earn 7.5 contact hours

Lecturers Bio: Click Here

Conducting A Pediatric OT Evaluation
$199.00

Putting the Pieces Together/Pediatric Evaluation: 

Creating the Report and IEP Part 2

APRIL 8, 2019 - Monday

CLOSED

Registration Time: 3:45 pm / Lecture Time: 4:00 pm-8:00 pm 


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

1. Identify how to score and analyze results derived from the standardized tool, Peabody Developmental Motor Scales (PDMS-2) focusing on FINE motor for children birth to five through hands on practical and video

2. Identify methods that may be used with the most challenging children during the evaluation process (i.e. tantrums, impulsive, active, etc)

3. Identify, List and Format areas in a pediatric evaluation suitable for early intervention and CPSE agencies & schools which includes making appropriate recommendations.

Participants will receive certificate of completion reflecting hours of participation and completion of evaluation survey.

Earn 3.75 hours

Lecturers Bio: Click Here

Putting the Pieces Together: Part II
$99.00

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Contact Hours Earned in all Workshops


Facility is wheelchair accessible. Contact us for any special needs request upon registration.

Contact Hours Earned for OTs and COTAs in all Workshop

Refund/Cancellation Policy For All Workshops/Conferences: Cancellation must be in writing by email or mail prior to the workshop. If cancelled less than 21 days, only a credit will be issued. Credit expires 2 years from the date of the workshop. Full refund if event is cancelled by OT for Kidz.

NYSOTA

"......organizations offering coursework or training to licensed occupational therapists or occupational therapy assistants must meet the following criteria: A sponsor of coursework or training that is approved by the National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy (NBCOT), or the New York State Occupational Therapy Association (NYSOTA),......"

AOTA

- OT Renewing License : "....During each triennial registration period an applicant for registration as an occupational therapist shall complete a minimum of thirty-six hours of learning activities which contribute to continuing competence as specified in subdivision four of this section, provided further that at least twenty-four hours shall be in areas of study pertinent to the scope of practice of occupational therapy...".

- OTA Renewing License: "....During each triennial registration period an applicant for registration as an occupational therapy assistant shall complete a minimum of thirty-six hours of learning activities which contribute to continuing competence as specified in subdivision four of this section, provided further that at least twenty-four hours shall be in recognized areas of study pertinent to the licensee's professional scope of practice of occupational therapy..."

- "... Such learning activities shall include, but not be limited to, collegiate level credit and non-credit courses, self-study activities, independent study, formal mentoring activities, publications in professional journals, professional development programs and technical sessions; such learning activities may be offered and sponsored by national, state and local professional associations and other organizations or parties acceptable to the department, and any other organized educational and technical learning activities acceptable to the department.

- Participants will receive certificate of completion reflecting hours of participation & completion of evaluation survey. Classification Code 1-OT Domain and 2-OT Process.

AOTA Classification Codes: Category 1: Areas of Occupation (i.e.Performance Skills)

                                                              Category 2: Occupational Process (i.e. Evaluation, Intervention and Outcomes)

                                                              Category 3: Occupational Education (i.e. Educational Outcomes)