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 Self-Advocacy and Strategies (2-Part Series) (Tri-State Webinar)

Sensory Processing, Part 02: Self-Advocacy and Strategies (2-Part Series) (Tri-State Webinar)

Audience: Educators, Other District/School Staff | Topic: Autism, Special Education | Hosted by: Office of Special Education

On-Demand format. Sensory Processing, Part 02: Self-Advocacy and Strategies (2-Part Series) (Tri-State Webinar)
On-Demand format

Presenters:  Judy Endow, MSW LCSW and Cara Woundy, M.S., OT
Original aired April 12, 2017

 

Learner Objectives

Participants will be able to:

  • Gain an understanding of how sensory differences may impact an autistic person throughout their lifetime.
  • Develop an understanding that the sensory solutions that one may employ to overcome undesirable sensory input are often considered problematic behaviors instead of recognizing that the individual is problem-solving and figuring out their sensory differences.
  • Understand the necessity of having a broad range of strategies and tools that the person on the spectrum can choose from to meet their sensory needs across their lifetime.
  • Learn about proactive strategies to prevent unwanted sensory input and ways to self-regulate including a sensory scan.
  • Learn how individuals with autism advocate for their needs.

Study Questions

  1. Describe the sensory differences you have observed in an individual with ASD and the solutions they employ to proactively meet their sensory needs input.
  2. What is a sensory scan and how can this strategy be beneficial?

 

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Contact Information

Janet Zimmermann
zimmermann_j@cde.state.co.us
303-866-6644

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