Carol Kranowitz and Joye Newman, co-authors of Growing an In-Sync Child and The In-Sync Activity Card Book, will do a webinar focusing on sensory-motor, "In-Sync" activities that build relationships and honor the child's (or adult's) sensory systems. The webinar is part of the STAR Institute for Sensory Processing's 2020 Virtual Summit on Sensory Processing in Autism.
Kids gotta move! This live webinar will offer sensory-motor activities to help parents cope with meltdowns, build on children's self-therapy, and maintain a sensory lifestyle at home until it is safe to return to school and be out and about.
Three-hour presentation (via Zoom) for Art Therapy students in their Child and Adolescent summer class at Notre Dame of Maryland University, Baltimore.
"In-Sync" activities can help children with ADHD and sensory challenges when the world is too much for them, or they are too much for the world. Suggested activities will help kids calm down, focus their attention, interact successfully with others, and actively participate in life.
Interview with Adrien Harrison, founder of Smart Course, during the on-line conference, "ADHD in Middle […]
Interview with Dr. Shelley James, director of Age of Light Innovations, about ways parents and […]
Dr. Shelley James, of Age of Light Innovations, interviews Carol Kranowitz, Joye Newman, and other experts and scientists from around the world. The free online interview series focuses on how lighting may be harming our children. Carol's focus is on sensory-motor activities to enhance healthy development and divert children from excessive time staring at electronic screens.
A 45-minute presentation as part of the pre-symposium parent workshop days at the 2020 STAR […]
The entire Summit will run on-line October 19-22. Calming Sensory Activities for Kids (Carol Kranowitz, […]
Part of the Autism-in-Lockdown / COVID-19 Webinar Series for the Autism Society Inland Empire. This series is geared for family members and professionals who are distance-learning with students with autism and developmental disabilities, preschool through 8th grade.