The In-Sync Child Program
(June 2021) Interview with Penny Williams, of Parenting ADHD and Autism. In this episode #130 of the Parenting ADHD Podcast, you’ll learn about all eight senses, what it looks like when a child seeks or avoids stimuli in each sensory area, and some activities to strengthen the child’s sensory experience in this world.
(June 2021) Hour-long Q & A event and delightful conversation with Ana Elisa Villalaz S., founder of The Global Autism Summit. Our main topic is how to recognize children’s sensory processing challenges and how to provide on-the-spot help.
(April 2021) Joye Newman and Carol talk with Jackie Flynn, Founder of EMDR & Play Therapy Integration Support and the host of Play Therapy Community, about the In-Sync Child philosophy and many fun activities.
(December 2020) In conversation with Amanda Walker, Learning & Development Coach and Parent Educator at Whole Brain Connections, Carol offers several fun activities from the In-Sync Child program at the online conference, “Raising Uniquely Wired Kids: Parenting with Peace, Connection and Confidence.”
Click here to listen to the hour-long interview.
(December 2020) Online workshop in the “Connections” series sponsored by Growing Healthy Children Therapy Services in Rescue, California. The talk features five activities from the In-Sync Child program webinars (developed with perceptual-motor therapist Joye Newman), with a “how-to” approach.
In November, an interview with Brigitte Shipman, BMV Life Coach and founder of the Mother’s Guide Through Autism Show. The hour-long program covers Carol’s unexpected journey of becoming an SPD expert while teaching preschool, leading to her current focus on promoting In-Sync activities for all children.
In October, an interview with Ilia K. Walsh, Executive Director of The Spectrum Strategy Group. This one-hour podcast, Episode #33 in a series called, “Autism in Real Life,” focuses on sensory processing challenges and practical strategies to help those who have an autism spectrum diagnosis.
In October, an interview with Matt George at Sensory Friendly Solutions. This hour-long conversation is Episode #5 in a 10-part deep dive into the world of your senses, sensory sensitivity, and sensory overload. Occupational therapist Christel Seeberger and the Sensory Friendly Solutions team selected this interview as one of three to be included in the Sensory Integration Education Virtual Autumn Conference in the United Kingdom.
In June, an interview with Laurie Dupar (Nurse Practitioner, 20-year ADHD veteran, and founder of International ADHD Coach Training Center) at the 10th annual Succeed with ADHD Video Summit. The 51-minute interview is one of 26 talks about specific topics on ADHD to help children and adults thrive.
In June, Future Horizons sponsored this 47-minute webinar about fun activities for children stuck indoors because of COVID-19 restrictions.
In June, at The STAR Institute’s Virtual Summit on “Sensory Processing in Autism,” Carol Kranowitz and Joye Newman offered five In-Sync activities in a 47-minute webinar.
Posted June 9 at www.inspirationmatters.org/
Interview with Nupur Chokshi, Founder of Inspiration Matters, an online global community for people with disabilities, which focuses on enrichment and expression, and celebrates the strengths of all individuals with disabilities.
Aired May 7 at www.ADDitude.com, this hour-long webinar-on-demand, with Lindsey Biel and Carol Kranowitz, provides information about the brain and a sensory-rich approach suitable to your child during the COVID-19 crisis.
Aired September 27 on CUTV News Talk Radio. A conversation about SPD and how parents can put on imaginary “sensory spectacles” to understand their child’s sensory needs.
Posted September 6. Free video series, including Carol’s interview with Jennifer M. Stuart, M.S. The series is called, “Peace and Joy Parenting: Empowering parents to joyfully raise balanced, happy kids, and create an amazing relationship with their children.” Click here for information.
Posted in July, www.FairyDustTeaching.com
- An interview with Sally Haughey along with Carol’s webinar, part of The Pedagogy of Play 2018 Summer Conference: “Practices of Wonder, Curiosity, and Creativity.”
- A follow-up Q&A session, where Carol answers questions from folks who attended the webinar.
An interview in a series with Rhiannon Crispe, an Australian occupational therapist and founder of Homebase Hope: All About Autism, which is devoted to autism awareness, action and inclusion. Click here.
On-line summit, “Raising Children with Challenges: Celebrating the Uniqueness of Every Child,” aired March 20-22, 2018.
A discussion of SPD with Susan Shiffelman. Many other educators, therapists, and professionals offer their insights and suggestions in the summit. To purchase recordings, click here
Posted January 23.
A Debinar with Dr. Deb Em Wilson about SPD’s effect on adolescents and young adults.
Deb Wilson, founder of S’cool Moves, is a reading specialist, collaboration coach, and passionate advocate for children who think and learn differently. Her special interest is in helping occupational therapists collaborate with teachers in schools.
Aired in November. Interview with Rhianne Crispe, an Australian occupational therapist and parent of children with SPD, at Homebase Hope, a podcast dedicated to empowering and inspiring parents of children with autism. Discussion covers what SPD is, how it impacts your child, and what you can do to help your child.
Posted November 4 at BAM Radio Early Childhood Development.
Interview with Rae Pica and Jill Berkowicz, Ed.D. “Cliff Notes” on Sensory Processing Disorder — What are the indicators in a classroom setting? How can teachers effectively respond?
Rae is an early childhood education keynote speaker and an active learning and moving expert. She helps educators focus on whole child development and hosts the BAM Radio Network, reaching a wide audience of people passionately committed to quality education. Jill is an author, consultant, and adjunct professor at SUNY New Paltz.
Posted September 26 at TiLT — The Place for Parents Raising Differently Wired Kids.
Interview with Debbie Reber, founder of TiLT. Topics include what sensory processing is, how to recognize it in kids, what it looks like at different ages, and the efforts to get SPD fully recognized as a disorder.
This guest Q&A is with Carol Stock Kranowitz, M.A., a former teacher who speaks internationally about SPD’s effect on children’s learning and behavior and how families, teachers, therapists and other professionals can help. Her first book in the “Sync” series, The Out-of-Sync Child, was recently selected by Brain, Child magazine as one of the top ten books about children with disabilities. Carol’s new book, The Out-of-Sync Child Grows Up: Coping with Sensory Processing Disorder in the Adolescent and Young Adult Years, has just been published.
Kerry Magro asks: Hey, Carol! Can you tell us more about why you decided to pursue a career as a music and movement teacher?
Webinar, aired May 25, on ADDitudemag.com
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) manifests in many small, sometimes maddening ways. Itchy tags may be unbearable. Loud music intolerable. Perfume simply sickening. Whatever the specific symptoms, SPD makes it difficult to interact with your daily environment. This impacts how you relate to others, study and learn, participate in sports and group activities, and follow your dreams. It is a unique and challenging neurological condition associated with inefficient processing of sensory information, and it deserves close study and serious support.
This webinar will discuss SPD in adolescents and adults, and will contain information helpful to parents, teachers, therapists, and other family members.
Watch webinar and download slides
May 24, on WGN-TV Morning News (Chicago, IL)
Webinar, aired July 1, on ADDitudemag.com
In this free webinar, Carol Kranowitz discusses:
1. The hallmarks of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and why it often travels with ADHD
2. How to identify the different types of SPD based on your child’s behavior
3. Sensory-positive strategies for encouraging work and play
4. CBD for kids with anxiety and ADHD
September, at SPD Parent Zone
“I do want parents to know that there is no blame to take for this. That everyone loves their own child more than anything in the world, and you are already doing things for the child’s benefit. I want parents to know that they are GOOD parents, and it’s just a neurological issue that makes the child unable to do things that people expect.”
November, webinar at SPD University
Duration: 1 hour, 15 minutes
Credit: .1 CEU
June 2014, at the “Discover Your Resilient Self” Telesummit, with Christie Grant