Being a Sensory Smart Teacher: Helping Students with Sensory Challenges
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Webinar Date: May 18, 2016
Presenter: Chaye Lamm Warburg
Topic: Sensory Processing
Do you suspect that your student’s reaction to sights, sounds, or touch is over the top? Does your student have trouble tuning in at circle time, maintaining personal space, or transitioning smoothly? This webinar will focus on the unique sensory challenges that surface in school. Participants will come away with practical and effective strategies targeted to individual students and the classroom as a whole to help children modulate their behavior and thrive socially.
Chaye Lamm Warburg
Chaye Lamm Warburg, DPS, OTR/L, is the founder and director of Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services in Teaneck, NJ. She is certified in the Sensory Integration & Praxis Tests, Interactive Metronome, Therapeutic Listening, The Listening Program®, and MEDEK, and is trained in Floortime. She lectures extensively to parents, teachers and therapists and teaches a pediatric occupational therapy lab to MA students at NYU. She believes in a two pronged approach to treating children with sensory processing dysfunction (SPD): providing strategies to help the child (and parent) survive day to day, coupled with intense in-office therapy to eliminate or minimize the underlying problems.