Summit’s freestanding sensory integration therapy gyms provide an engaging, safe, and stimulating environment for children to explore and develop their sensory skills. By creating a space that encourages positive sensory experiences, children can learn how to better regulate their sensory system and respond to the world around them. The benefits of sensory integration therapy gyms are numerous. They provide a safe and stimulating environment for children to explore and develop their motor, language, and social skills in a fun and engaging way. Through this type of therapeutic play, children can learn how to better regulate their emotions and respond to different sensory stimuli.
The International Council on Development and Learning (ICDL) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting each person’s development to its fullest potential. Through the genius and leadership of Dr. Stanley Greenspan, ICDL was formed 32 years ago and became the official home of DIR® and DIRFloortime®. DIRFloortime® is used to help children, young adults, and even adults with a wide range of emotional, sensory, regulatory, motor, learning, and developmental challenges. DIRFloortime® is recognized as a leading evidence-based approach to helping individuals on the autism spectrum and others with neurodevelopmental differences flourish.
The Dreampad collection features a lineup of high-quality pillows, as well as a speaker solution for under an existing pillow, to support relaxation, comfort and sleep for any sleeper using sounds and music. Using a unique, patented audio technology, Dreampad products send soothing sounds through gentle vibrations to the body, triggering a natural calming response. This sensory experience allows your brain and nervous system to slow down, relax, and send you off to dream quickly for a quality night’s sleep. The Dreampad collection is designed to help those with sleep problems that may be caused by stress, anxiety, restlessness, PTSD, autism, ADHD, traumatic brain injury, and other conditions.
Enjoy a comfortable, effective relaxation and sleep solution that won’t disrupt others.
NeuroBears is a course all about the autistic experience. NeuroBears is for autistic young people, they can share it with their safe adults and family. NeuroBears has been created by autistic adults in collaboration with autistic young people.
321 Sensory Paths have taken all the benefits of a sensory path – brain break, motor skill development, learning executive function skills, reinforcing educational concepts – and placed them in fun, imaginary, themed activities.
Calm Strips are textured sensory stickers with a special reusable adhesive, and are offered in two unique textures to choose from. They’re the first-of-their-kind, convenient and discreet fidget tools, crafted to provide sensory stimulation to help regulate restless energy and increase focus throughout the day.
The Autistic Advocate website incorporates Kieran Rose’s experiences as an Autistic person and an Autism Professional but, much more importantly, it is a place of collective stories, reflecting on the barriers facing Autistic people. It addresses the negative narrative of Autism, focusing on Autism as an Identity, as an acceptable Neurology, while at the same time addressing the aspects of being Autistic that can be disabling, both by society, but as a Disability too.
It’s a resource for Autistic people, Parents and Professionals to help you understand various concepts around Autism, get practical advice and take on the highly valuable inside perspective.
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CEU quizzes are only provided only for the presentations that were approved by AOTA for CEUs and appear here in order of appearance during the event.
CEU quizzes are only provided only for the presentations that were approved by ASHA for CEUs and appear here in order of appearance during the event.
Sensory Processing, Anxiety & Autism
Neuro-Divergent Affirmative Goal Attainment Scaling
Introduction to Goal Attainment Scaling
Measuring the Sensory Integration and Processing Construct
Do You Get PTSD From OT, PT, ST?
Prioritizing Sensory Health in Speech Therapy (Extended)