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AOTA Pre-Conference Institute

A Paradigm Shift for Treatment and Research in Sensory Processing Disorder #3210 advances practice and research for children with SPD. A family-focused, relationship and regulation-based treatment approach is presented.
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Signature Series Lecture Available Now

A Paradigm for Understanding the Sensory Child’s Emotions, Achieving Optimal Developmental Milestones: The DIR Model provides a foundational framework for assessment and intervention.
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Two new SOS Advanced Feeding Topics have just been added!

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SPD University is your destination for the latest online courses covering Sensory Processing Disorder. SPDU offers a rich set of e-learning courses for professionals and parents that is accessible 24/7. 

Topics include:

  • Definitions and intervention of SPD
  • Strategies for home, school and clinic
  • New! Postural Disorder, Dyspraxia, and Sensory Discrimination Disorder programs
  • Principles of STAR Center Treatment Model
  • Assessments: learn to administer, score, and utilize developmental assessments
  • S.O.S. Approach to Feeding: advanced courses designed to further the skills of professionals who have already attended an SOS Approach to Feeding Basic 3-Day Workshop
  • New Signature Lecture Series: an exciting and informative monthly lecture series by prominent leaders and researchers in the field of SPD

 

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