3 Credit Hours
CREATING A SENSORY SMART CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT
After completing this course you will be able to :
Describe Sensory Processing Disorder and it's impact on students
Implement a continuum of sensory supports from least restrictive to most restrictive
Apply strategies to improve a child’s ability to learn and play in preschool
Describe primary and secondary symptoms of ADHD
Describe the mirror traits of ADHD and to learn how to “unwrap the gifts” to lead to a strength based model using The Cycle of Excellence
Implement treatment protocols for a preschool child with a diagnosis of ADHD
Live lecture, video, interactive games and activities, moderated question and answer session.
Miriam Gewirtz, M.A., OT, R/L
Miriam Gewirtz is an Occupational Therapist in Chesterfield, MO. She has developed a specialized approach to help students with disabilities achieve their dreams and goals
Financial: Miriam Gewirtz receives an honorarium and royalties for the presentation of the course. She is employed as an occupational therapist in St. Louis Public schools and works with private clients.
Non-Financial: There are no relevant non-financial disclosures at this time
Course Completion Requirements:
3 clock hours, 3 CTLEs (NYSED)
To earn a certificate of completion for this course you must view the course video in its entirety and complete the short feedback assessment. You may pause and restart this course at any time.
Who should take this course?
This course is applicable to educators, therapists, and school leaders working with students with sensory needs and/or ADHD.
If registrant cancels:
You may request a refund for this class within 24 hours of class purchase and before viewing 20% of the course content. To request a refund email firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note it may take up to 7 days for your refund to be processed.
We do our best to address your concerns. Any complaints or grievances must be submitted via email to email@example.com. Please include the name, address, phone number, email, profession of person submitting the complaint or grievance, the title of the CE course, as well as the exact nature of the complaint/grievance. The CEA (continuing education administrator) will make an effort to resolve the complaint to the satisfaction of the complainant. This may include issuance of a credit for another CE course or other action suitable to all parties.
Please indicate any special needs you may have at least 14 days prior to the event by calling or email us. We will try our best to accommodate your needs. This course is applicable to SLPs, SLP assistants, special educators, and teachers.
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For questions or concerns you can reach us by email, text, or phone. Our email address is firstname.lastname@example.org. We can also be reached by text/phone at 305.725.0747.