Sarah Ward, MS, CCC-SLP
Tuesday, April 13, 2021
12:00PM – 2:30PM EST
2.5 contact hours
0.25 ASHA CEU, 0.25 AOTA CEUs, 2.5 NBCOT PDU, 2.5 CTLE credit hours, 2.5 CEU for NY social workers
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SLPs, OTs, OTAs, Social Workers, Special Educators, Educators, any professional working with children, principals and parents
Finally a webinar teaching executive function skills for young learners and students with developmental delay.
We have adapted our 360 Thinking Executive Function Curriculum to the early childhood classroom to support the development of the early building blocks of the executive function skills. Acquiring these fundamental capacities in early learning environments is critical to developing the ability to focus, hold, and work with information in mind, filter distractions and flexibly shift to be ready to succeed in the school setting.
This practical strategy presentation will introduce our “STOP and PLAY” program with a multitude of EF strategies to infuse into dramatic play, therapy, and classroom activities to develop the executive skills of situational intelligence, mental imagination, working memory, visual future thinking, time awareness, and task visualization, self-regulation, and meta-cognition.
About the Instructor
Sarah Ward, M.S., CCC/SLP has over 23 years of experience in diagnostic evaluations, treatment and case management of children, adolescents and adults with language learning disabilities, nonverbal learning disabilities, attention deficit disorder, executive dysfunction, Asperger’s disorders and social pragmatics.Read More
What Our Course Participants Say
"So clear in understanding basis of play for developing EF skills." – Rivka
"I loved the examples and resources, and the developmental sequences" – Jill
"A lot of really helpful information! Clearly presented easy to understand." – Alison
"Engaging speaker, the info is really easy to comprehend, strategies can be realistically implanted". – Nina