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April 2017

The Out-of-Sync Child: Understanding SPD — Sponsored by Adat Shalom Inclusion Advisory Group

Saturday, April 22
4:00 pm
- 6:00 pm
7727 Persimmon Tree Lane
Bethesda, MD United States

An overview of Sensory Processing Disorder, how it affects children at school and home, and what parents and teachers can do to help their “out-of-sync” children.

For members and friends of Adat Shalom Reconstructionist Congregation.

Stay tuned for details.

November 2016

“The Out of Sync Child” — at Cecily’s Advocacy Workshop, Sponsored by McLean School

Saturday, November 12, 2016
8:00 am
- 5:00 pm
McLean School, Potomac, Maryland

For more information:
Jeanett Yonemoto
jtyonemoto@gmail.com

Lillian Hagen
lshagen1@me.com

phone: (301) 299-8277
website: www.mcleanschool.org

 

April 2017

80 Sensorimotor Ways to Help Out-of-Sync Kids Communicate, Sponsored by ISHA

Friday, April 21
9:00 am
- 10:00 am
Sheraton Indianapolis City Centre
Indianapolis, IN

Friday Keynote
at the 2017 – 80th Annual Spring Convention of the Indiana Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ISHA):
“Around the World in 80 Years — Celebrating the Art, Science and Miracle of Communication”

November 2016

Panel Discussion at Starry Night Benefit for STAR Institute for SPD

Saturday, November 19, 2016
5:00 pm
- 10:00 pm
Scottsdale , Arizona

For more information:
website: www.spdstar.org
Bobby Vossoughi
phone: (817) 277-2270
email:  bobby@bavventures.com

March 2017

3 Events — Sponsored by Transformations Autism Treatment Center (TATC)

Friday, March 31
The Guest House at Graceland
Memphis, TN
  1. KEYNOTE, 12:30 – 1:30   The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up: Sensory Challenges in Adolescence                                                                                                                                             Many children with autism resist participating in everyday activities or respond in unusual ways to ordinary sensations of touch and movement, sights and sounds.  Having a hidden disability called Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), these kids don’t behave as we expect – not because they won’t, but because they can’t.  As they grow into adolescence, so do their sensory issues.  With recognition and support, out-of-sync teenagers can become more competent and confidant at home and school.
  2. BOOK SIGNING, lunchtime
  3. BREAKOUT SESSION, 1:45 – 2:35     From Breakfast to Bed: Strategies to Get through a Sensory-Soaked Day                                                                                                                             Three-dimensional, hands-on, body-on activities help children with autism develop sensory-motor skills, as well as language and social skills.  Using simple equipment such as paper plates, plastic bottles, and bicycle inner tubes, participants will learn enjoyable strategies to get kids moving and learning, communicating and interacting.

At the Midsouth Autism Conference

For more information:
John Holtzman
Conference Coordinator
phone: (901) 481-2474
email: johnholtzman@transformingautism.com
website: www.transformingautism.com and www.midsouthautismconference.com

2 Events — Sponsored by Association for the Education of Young Children – Southeast Alaska (AEYC-SEA)

Friday, March 17
Juneau, Alaska

At a conference, “Explore, Engage, Energize: Learning through the Senses”

Opening keynote:  Sensory Challenges and Sensible Solutions
8:45 – 10:00 a.m.

Workshop: The Out-of-Sync Child
1:00 – 2:30 p.m.

For more information:
Joy Lyon, M.A.
Executive Director, AEYC-SEA
(907) 789-1235
jlyon@aeyc-sea.org

http://www.aeyc-sea.org/index.html

Professional Development Day at St. Coletta Special Education Public Charter School

Friday, March 10
9:00 pm

Presentation for teachers and therapists at St. Coletta Special Education Public Charter School in Washington, DC.

(Carol is available for staff trainings at other centers, schools and clinics.)

http://www.stcoletta.org/

February 2017

The Art of Treating the Out-of-Sync Child — GWU Child Art Therapy class

Tuesday, February 28
8:00 am
- 5:00 pm
Alexandria, Virginia

Workshop for The George Washington University Graduate School’s Child Art Therapy class

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Alexandria, Virginia

Click here to learn more about this Art Therapy class.

Catching Kids Before They Fall: Helping Children with SPD, Sponsored by BeanTree Learning

Monday, February 20
9:00 am
- 12:00 pm
BeanTree Learning and The Pavilion
Ashburn, VA

For more information:
Pam Seifert, Director of Curriculum and Instruction
BeanTree Learning and The Pavilion at BeanTree
pseifert@beantreelearning.com
phone: (703) 498-8823

 

May 2017

2 Events — Sponsored by Rock Island Arsenal

Thursday, May 25 - Friday, May 26
Rock Island Arsenal
Rock Island, IL

May 25, 2017, 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. — Parent training for military families

May 26, 2017, 7:45 a.m. – 11:45 — Child Development Staff training

For more information:
Jan Saito
Exceptional Family Member Program Coordinator
Army Community Service
USAG-Rock Island Arsenal
309-782-4736
janice.n.saito.civ@mail.mil

www.riamwr.com/acs/exceptional-family-member-program/

 

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