REGISTER TODAY FOR OUR NEW WEBINAR SERIES AND OTHER EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES
The Occupational Therapist’s Role:
From Evaluation to Treatment
LIVE WEBINARS WITH QUESTION & ANSWER SEGMENT
Get answers from the best! Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR and Sarah A. Schoen, PhD, OTR explain how assessments are selected for identification, treatment planning and measuring progress of children with developmental concerns.
This three-part series is the first of many to come that focus on the flow from assessment to development of a treatment plan. Each series will highlight an assessment tool commonly used in clinic and school settings. Although intended primarily for occupational therapists, content may be beneficial to other professionals, including psychologists, physical therapists, and other childhood intervention specialists. This first series focuses on the M-FUN (Miller Function and Participation Scales).
Session 1⋅June 19⋅12 PM-2 PM EST
Selecting the Right Tools for Conducting a Comprehensive Evaluation
Explore major assessment tools including DAP (Draw a Person), GOAL (Goal- Oriented Assessment of Lifeskills), BOT-2 (Bruininks-Oseretsky Test of Motor Proficiency), M-FUN (Miller Function and Participation Scales) and more.
Session 2⋅July 24⋅12 PM-2 PM EST
Administration and Scoring of the M-FUN
Assessing Children Ages 3-8 in School and Clinic Settings
Focus on mastery in administration, scoring and basic interpretation of this standardized assessment.
Session 3⋅August 28⋅12 PM-2 PM EST
Advanced Interpretation of M-FUN and How it Informs Treatment
Synthesize client’s information, document and communicate findings to parents and translate findings into a treatment plan.
All sessions will use videos of actual cases that link the child’s history, and assessment findings to presenting problems.
Register Today Space is Limited
Can’t attend live?
All sessions will be archived and available for purchase after the live airing.
Sessions will be available for review for two weeks after live airing or two weeks after purchase date if airing date has passed.
Limited Time Introductory offer:
Save 25%! $59 per webinar or $149 for all three
Regular price $79 per webinar or $199 for all three
.2 AOTA CEUs offered per webinar
BREAKING NEWS: AVAILABLE BY WEBINAR OR IN PERSON ALL STAR LECTURE SERIES
Guest Speaker: Dr. Moya Kinnealey
Brought to you by SPD Foundation and STAR (Sensory Therapies And Research) Center.
Stumbling Blocks into Stepping Stones
Teens/Adults with SPD: Strategies to Improve Quality of Life
Moya Kinnealey, PhD, OTR/L, Temple University, PA
May 28, 2013
7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Mountain Time
5420 S. Quebec St., Suite 103
Greenwood Village, CO 80111
$20 per person or $30 for two people
Add $20 for each CEU certificate processed
Who should attend?
Parents, caregivers, teachers, occupational therapists, mental health and medical professionals
.2 AOTA CEUs offered
Contact STAR Center at 303-221-7827 or email@example.com to attend in person.
Because seats are limited, we are unable to accept walk-ins.
HURRY! DISCOUNTED OFFER FOR OUR ONLINE
2012 SPD SYMPOSIUM ENDS JUNE 30.
The SPD Foundation is offering a symposium for researchers, clinicians, educators and medical professionals ONLINE! Don’t miss some of the most prominent speakers presenting the latest findings and evidence-based data on sensory processing. These CEU-eligible courses are available day or night, in the comfort of your home or office, and on your mobile devise, wherever you are.
REGISTER NOW for day one, day two or both days at a special introductory rate. Along with this special pricing we are offering all other online courses at HALF OFF with the purchase of one day or more of the 14th International Symposium.
MORE ONLINE COURSES
Every parent and professional will benefit from the online courses covering the definition of SPD, the six subtypes and practical strategies for treatment at home, school and in the clinic.
Don’t wait! The special introductory price offer on the symposium is only available until June 30.
SAVE THE DATE – OCTOBER 25-26, 2013
16th International 3S Symposium
SPD: Strategies, Science and Success
Charlotte, North Carolina
Barry Stein, PhD – Wake Forest School of Medicine
Stephen Camarata, PhD – Vanderbilt University
M. Zachary Rosenthal – Duke University
Paula Aquila, BSc, OT – Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services
Plus, from the STAR Center in Colorado, Kay Toomey, PhD and the SPD Foundation’s directors of the Annual 3S Symposium, Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR and Sarah A. Schoen, PhD, OTR.
Save the date to attend!
EXPAND YOUR CLINICAL SKILLS. SIGN UP FOR THE ONLY PROGRAM OF ITS KIND!
Clinical Reasoning in Intervention
Greenwood Village, Colorado
Join a small group of practicing clinicians to learn advanced methods and strategies during our five-day acclaimed Intensive Mentorship program at the SPD Foundation and STAR Center. Observe actual STAR Center treatment sessions and discuss clinical reasoning used by the therapists.
Level 1 Mentorship Dates:
June 10-14 (Waiting list only)
Don’t delay. Only a limited number of seats are offered per session.
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN!
The S.O.S. Approach to Feeding
Two great cities and dates to choose from:
Long Beach, California
Basic 3-day Course: July 18-20, 2013
Advanced Workshop: July 21, 2013
Basic 3-day Course: Dec 5-7, 2013
Advanced Workshop: Dec 8, 2013
Kay A. Toomey, Ph.D., Pediatric Psychologist, Erin Ross, Ph.D., CCC-SLP and Bethany Kortsha, MA, OTR will present the Sequential Oral Sensory (S.O.S) Approach to Feeding, a family-centered, transdisciplinary program for assessing and treating children with weight/growth problems from birth to 18 years. It integrates posture, sensory, motor, behavioral/learning, medical and nutritional factors to comprehensively evaluate and manage children with feeding/growth problems.
BRING OUR EXPERTS TO YOUR COMMUNITY!
Faculty Speaking Engagements
Bring the SPD faculty – including Dr. Lucy Jane Miller or Dr. Sarah A. Schoen – to your facility or community. Our faculty teaches basic and advanced workshops all over the world.
Sign up to bring the new G.O.A.L. (Goal Oriented Assessment of Lifeskills) workshop to your facility or in your community. Learn how to administer and score Dr. Lucy Jane Miller’s latest standardized functional assessment for school-aged children.
Email Caraly at firstname.lastname@example.org for booking information.