Aubrey Schmalle, OTR/L, SIPT
Wednesday, February 3, 2021
5.5 contact hours
.55 AOTA CEU, 6.6 NY PT CEU, 5.5 CTLE credit hours
(Group of 3+ save 10%)
OTs, OTAs, PTs, PTAs, special educators
Neurologically diverse children growing up in a screen-based world struggle with self-regulation, attention, focus, and sustained participation in activity demands at baseline. The research shows these difficulties are exacerbated by the effects of screen time on the developing brain. As an occupational therapist or physical therapist working in schools, interventions need to be accessible, dynamic, and targeted to maximize outcomes. This course will introduce you to a new framework for intervention while providing you with treatment progressions for session planning and a new framework for redesigning sensory diets. With this model, you will be able to improve team collaboration and cross-training while better addressing the complex needs of this generation of learners.
Your registration includes Aubrey’s E-Book with videos and supplemental downloads for planning as well as
the Expansion Activity Book!
About the Instructor
Aubrey Schmalle, OTR/L, SIPT has 20 years experience working with neurologically diverse children using a sensory integrative approach. She graduated from Boston University in 2003 with a Bachelors in Occupational Therapy and continued to advance her clinical knowledge through self-study, mentorship, certification in sensory integration theory and practice (C-SIPT), Consultant level certification in the Tomatis Method, and training in Tomatis-based auditory interventions. Read More