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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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).
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.