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At STAR Institute’s 21st International “3S” (Strategies, Science & Success) Symposium, which focuses this year on Regulation: Foundation to Function. (The Symposium begins on Friday, October 12.)
STAR Institute has teamed up with local community partner, Building Bridges Therapy, for this year’s Pre-Symposium Parent Workshop (8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.), titled Sensory Processing Disorder: How It Affects the Child, Parent and the World Around Them. Click here.
“Understanding and Honoring Kids’ Sensory Sensitivities” — insights into how SPD affects children with autism and how parents can support them. Carol’s discussion on Tuesday, November 6, is one of 31 topics at this free, on-line Parenting Autism Summit. The summit runs November 5 – 9, 2018. Sponsored by Penny Williams and Sarah Wayland, PhD, at the Parenting ADHD & Autism Academy. Click here.
Presentation about how a child’s SPD affects the family — for The George Washington University Graduate School’s “Human Development: Child and Family” class.
Morning breakout session (75 minutes): “The Out-of-Sync Teen: Growing Up with Sensory Processing Disorder”
Lunch session (30 minutes):”QUINKS: Quick, In-Sync Activities for Those Moments When You Could Use a Little Boost”
Afternoon breakout session (75 minutes): “Stretch Your Child’s Passions Using Sensory Activities”
At the 10th Annual Honestly Autism Day in Hunt Valley, Maryland. The conference theme is, “Passion, Persistence, Perspective.” Sponsored by the Partnership Project, a collaboration of the Autism Society of Baltimore-Chesapeake, Baltimore County Public Schools, and the Department of Special Education at Towson University.