Calming Sensory Activities for Kids — Sponsored by Parenting ADHD & Autism Summit
The entire Summit will run on-line October 19-22. Calming Sensory Activities for Kids (Carol Kranowitz, interviewed by Penny Williams) Modern brain science is proving the large role that sensory processing plays in human behavior. Not only is sensory experience the way we process our environment and what’s happening within us, but it is also a…
(2020) Cooped-Up Kids with Sensory ChallengesVirtual , United States
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.
In-Sync Activities to Get Kids Moving
Sponsored by Growing Healthy Children Therapy Services in Rescue, California, in their "Connections" series. Carol shares some simple, regulating, and fun movement activities with a few pieces of "beautiful junk" -- or no equipment at all -- to help you connect with your child at home or at school. Click here for the Z
Activities from the In-Sync Child Program
Carol offers several fun activities from the In-Sync Child program at the free online conference, "Raising Uniquely Wired Kids: Parenting with Peace, Connection and Confidence," sponsored by Whole Brain Gym.
Summer In Sync: Learning and Growing Through Movement
Joye Newman and Carol Kranowitz presented a Zoom workshop to parents and teachers of Beauvoir, the National Cathedral Elementary School, in Washington, DC. They showed how movement experiences are prerequisites for reading, writing, and arithmetic.
The In-Sync Child Method
Carol and Joye discuss their In-Sync Child method and materials in a broadcast with Upbility. Upbility is a group of specialists and educators who are creating a library of digital resources aimed at fulfilling all the special therapy and education needs of children and adolescents. Materials are translated into Greek, French, Spanish, and Italian.
Q&A with Ana Elisa
Live, hour-long Q & A event with Ana Elisa Villalaz S., founder of The Global Autism Summit. Topics will cover the gamut, from "Out-of-Sync" sensory processing differences to "In Sync" activities and publications.
The Art & Science of Treating Children with Sensory Challenges
Presentation to the Child & Adolescent Art Therapy class of Notre Dame of Maryland University, Baltimore, on recognizing sensory processing differences and supporting young people through art.
Workshop on Early Childhood Development
With Julia Berry, former Head of St. Columba's Nursery School. Workshop for a Southern California group, the Los Angeles New Moms in COVID, about the basics of early childhood development, sensory processing, and suggestions for having fun with house-bound toddlers.
In-Sync Activities for All Reasons and All Seasons
The STAR Institute is mounting another great Virtual Summit. This one is on "Sensory Processing in ADHD." Topics include evidence-based practice, current research, sensory health and ADHD. Carol will present an hour-long, interactive workshop, "In-Sync Activities for All Reasons and Seasons," on August 26 at 1:00 am (Eastern Daylight time).