Sensory Explained Simply -- Early Childhood Edition.
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Sensory Explained Simply is a guide to understanding sensory processing difficulties in children. The video is approximately thirty minutes in length and provides an in depth explanation of individual roles of the sensory systems as well as how the systems integrate to support the child's development and overall functioning. The course is structured in a series of easy to understand chapters that help demystify this complex topic. Sensory Explained Simply is an invaluable tool for parents, teachers, occupational therapists, speech and language pathologists, physical therapists or anyone who works with children and wants a better understanding of how they develop and function.
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|Section 1: Sensory Processing Foundations|
Sensory Motor PeriodPreview
Oral Sensory ChannelPreview
Trish Roberts is an occupational therapist with nearly twenty years experience in pediatrics. She specializes in treating children with Sensory Processing Disorder or children with sensory difficulties relating to the diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder. Ms. Roberts has an extensive background in treating children both in the clinic setting as well as in the school system along with creating community centered motor and sensory based play programs for typically developing children. One of Trish’s passions is helping parents and teachers better understand sensory processing abilities in children to enhance development. Trish is also a mother to three children herself and understands the unique investment a parent has in regard to their child’s development and well being.