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Children with Sensory Processing Difficulties Program

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Children with Sensory Processing Difficulties course introduces sensory integration concepts, defines and enhances your understanding of sensory processing dysfunction. This course is also geared towards helping you better identify the signs of over or under sensitivity to sensory input. We will also present common “red flags” for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and school-aged children and develop and integrate “sensory diet” into a child’s daily routines.

Course Objectives:

  • Provide a thorough understanding of Sensory Processing difficulties affecting children and the impact this has on everyday life
  • Explore ways of managing the child, the child’s environment and task-related demands that make each day a struggle
  • Recognize the contribution of sensory processing to a child’s behavior
  • Discuss application of support strategies

Who Should Attend?

  • Teachers                                                                                         
  • School Support Staff
  • Parents                                                                                            
  • Professional Students

 For questions about the course or for OSPI clock hours, please contact Monaca Brown at 509-473-6877 or email brownmm2@st-lukes.org

 Presented by Don Kammerer, OTR/L

Don is an occupational therapist with 20 years’ experience working with children and adults. He received his Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy from San Jose State University. His specialty is working with children who have sensory processing dysfunction and learning difficulties. Don completed the Sensory Integration Certification through USC Occupational Therapy program.


Course Hrs. 4.0
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