Lori Benson Adams M.Ed
(running time 6 hours)
6 contact hours
0.6 AOTA CEU
0.6 CEUs for NY OTs/OTAs
0.6 CEU for SLP in NY
7.5 NBCOT PDUs
6.0 CTLE credit/contact hours,
0.6 CEUs for NY social workers
CE Broker for OTs where applicable
Tracking #: 20-937759
OTs, OTAs, SLPs, special educators, educators, social workers, principals, and mental health professionals
Now available on-demand!
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1 in 5 children struggle with some form of learning, attention, or regulation challenge. With increasing research in the area of the neurology of learning, interventions pinpointing exact brain needs are stronger than ever. The fast-paced workshop packed full of useful knowledge and countless ideas, is designed specifically, for the “front line” therapist who needs fresh insight and ideas starting TODAY! Participants will examine the similarities and differences between the neurology of ASD, ADHD and Dyslexia, and how those impact designing effective strategies for children and teens. Tips and tools for core academics, executive functions, and developing a sense of autonomy and agency will be discussed at length. An extensive resource list will be included in this course.
TheraMoves is an AOTA Approved Provider of professional development. Course approval ID#05911. This distant learning -interactive course is offered at 0.6 CEUs, a beginner educational level, in the area of occupational therapy service delivery. The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA.
TheraMoves Services, LLC, is Approved for Sponsoring by New York State Board for OTs & OTAs
Approved by NYSED for Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE hours) (CTLE approval 23490)
Approved for 6 contact hours by NYSED’s State Board for speech-language pathologists
Approved for Social Workers by the NY State ED Dept. #SW-0499
About the Instructor
Lori Benson Adams, M.Ed., has extensive experience with children with learning, emotional, and behavioral challenges. Having taught K-12 in public, private and psycho-educational settings as well as the early intervention field, she brings decades of knowledge and practical “front line” understanding. In private practice for the past 15 years, Lori brings a unique mix of personal and professional insight to the table.
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What Our Course Participants Say
"The speaker was able to provide context and application to the different strategies offered" – Fion
"Clear, concise, relevant info. & interactive" – Paula
"The visuals used to present information to make it stick " – Sheri
"Loved how it explained the different parts of the dyslexic, ADHD, and ASD brains followed by treatment ideas." – Ginette
"Content was very useful. Delivery was clear. No time was wasted. Questions of participants were answered clearly and timely" – Meir
"good strategies, slides weren't overwhelming with words, great examples" – Vivian
"There were plenty of great ideas and I like how they were broken down into functional and academic areas." – Emily