Clinical Observations Based on Sensory Integration Theory Workshop




Clinical Observations Based on Sensory Integration Theory Workshop

Announced on:Sun, Apr 12, 2015

General Description:

This workshop is designed to provide occupational, physical and speech therapists with guidelines for administering and interpreting many clinical observations (soft neurological signs) that are commonly used as part of a therapeutic assessment of sensory integrative functions. You will be provided with a workbook and DVD, which were written and are presented by Dr. Erna Blanche, an internationally recognized occupational therapist. The information presented at this workshop builds on the work of Dr. A. Jean. Ayres and reflects current information on the use of clinical observations of sensory integrative functions at pediatric settings.

Goals, Objectives & Themes:

Recognize the role of structured and unstructured observations in the occupational therapy evaluation process.
Identify key observations that are linked to vestibular proprioceptive, and vestibular-proprioceptive processing.
Differentiate clinical observations and their tentative relationship to sensory integrative dysfunction.
Administration and interpretation of the common used clinical observations.

Event Speaker(s):

  • Dr. Sultan Alfawaz , BSc, MA, OTD, OTR/L
    • Pediatric Clinical Doctoral Occupational Therapist
    • SIPT Certified
    • Board Certified Occupational Therapist
    • Pediatric Therapy Network, Los Angeles / USA

Event Details:

Event Location: Prince Sultan Center For Special Education Support Services

Event Time: 08:00 AM - 05:00 AM

Event Targeted Audience: Professionals and whomever Intrested

Event Language: English.

Event Interpretation: Not available.