John Pagano shares his FAB Strategies at the AOTA Conference


Our, well renowned faculty member and friend of Education Resources, John Pagano enjoyed presenting his poster on behavioral and sensory strategies at the AOTA conference. Don’t miss his popular course coming to Millbrook, NY – close to Poughkeepsie, Albany and the CT border on May 13-14:

Effectively Treat Behavior in Children: Traumatic Brain Injury, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Processing, Cognitive Limitations,  PTSD and Other Challenges

From John’s Blog:

I developed FAB Strategies (Functionally Alert Behavior Strategies) to help children, adolescents and young adults who have complex behavioral challenges.  The FAB Strategies Form guides the use of environmental adaptation, sensory modulation, positive behavioral support, and physical self-regulation strategies.  The FAB Strategies forms enable teachers, families as well as occupational, physical, speech/language and mental health therapists to work towards the same functional behavioral goals using consistent strategies.  The copyrighted FAB strategies forms are offered free of charge to therapists for use in developing home programs that improve functional behavior.  FABPre&KStratForm  FAB STRATFORM

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FAB Strategies combines positive behavioral support and sensory processing strategies to improve behavior.   School occupational therapists can effectively team with parents and school staff to reduce school aggression, restraint and seclusion.
http://fabstrategies.org/2016/04/07/applying-fab-strategies/

 

 

 

 

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