FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 11th: Interview with Jackie Flynn, host of the 3rd Innovative Child Therapy Symposium. "Moving through Sensory Struggles" is in the Brain & Body sessions, along with Dr. Stephen Porges and other experts. Click here to attend the whole symposium for free during the week of February 7 - 11. (If you wish, upgrade to hear the talks forever. Please use Carol's affiliate link to upgrade.)
Interview with Penny Williams, of Parenting Autism and ADHD, at the "Decoding Behavior Summit," a free, three-day, virtual conference. The focus is on providing sensory-motor experiences to support kids with sensory processing disorder and differences. Dozens of other experts explore topics including "What Behavior is Telling You," "Your Relationship with Your Child," "Strategies for Improved Behavior," and a special kick-off masterclass, "The Importance of a Sense of Safety" on Thursday evening, February 10th.
Carol's talk will be airing on Friday, February 11. It will be available free for 24 hours, from 9:00 am, February 11th, until 9:00 am, Saturday, February 12th.
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Rachel Kapp and Stephanie Pitts, educational therapists, interview Carol about Sensory Processing Differences (SPD) for an episode on their Learn Smarter Podcast.
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Presentation for the staff of The Chesapeake Center for ADHD, Learning and Behavioral Health. A child's inattentive, impulsive, overactive behavior may be caused not by ADHD but by a common co-morbidity: its "look-alike," sensory processing differences (SPD). NOTE: This is a staff-only event and is not open to the public.
Joye Newman presents "Fun and Functional Activities: Reinforcing the Brain-Body Connection while Giving Children a Moving Experience that Will Last a Lifetime." The workshop is sponsored by VAAEYC, Gan Teva at Ner Shalom Early Learning Center (in Woodbridge, Virginia), and In-Sync Child. Come dressed to move and play!
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Closing keynote talk about SPD and sensory-motor play, based on the "In-Sync Child" method, at the virtual conference sponsored by Ann Arbor Center for Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Other speakers at the "Autism: Expanding Possibilities" event include Hedda Sharapin (of The Fred Rogers Center), Cheryl Rosen, and developmental pediatrician Richard Solomon, MD, The Center's Medical Director, creator of The PLAY Project and author of Autism: The Potential Within. Details to come.
Maria Rickert Hong of Epidemic Answers will interview Carol about the third edition of "The Out-of-Sync Child." Please click here to sign up for this free event.