Asking for Input for Therapies in The School 2015


We are fine tuning our agenda for this year’s Therapies in the School conference inMassachusetts and would value your input.

Based on feedback from last year’s conference we are excited to announce that we will have sessions on current best strategies to support students with sensory and motor challenges, tools to address problematic reflexes, bilateral coordination,  promoting mental health, visual-spatial strategies to embed, collaboration to support differentiated instruction, dealing with the severely involved child, hot practice issues and  much more!

We are continuing to build our course schedule for 2015, and would like to bring you education materials that are most applicable to your daily practice.

    • Are there any specific speakers who you would love to hear?
    • Are there any specific topics that you would like to see covered? 

 Which Session Would You Prefer:

Multi-sensory Approach to Handwriting:  How to Adapt the Handwriting Approach Used in Your District to Meet the Student’s Individual Need
or
Intervention for Fine Motor Skills:  Beyond Standardized Tests


In the following session are there specific tools that you would like addressed?

“No Longer A SECRET:  A Toolbox of Sensory and Motor Strategies for Student Success “
Presented by Doreit Bialer, who co authored the book No Longer A Secret, Successful Strategies for Children with Sensory Processing Disorders with Lucy Miller

  • Movement-based learning 
  • Ocular motor/visual strategies
  • Auditory and Listening Strategies
  • Other tools

 ONE DAY PRE-CONFERENCE?

We are considering offering a limited enrollment one day pre-conference,
highlighting one school based topic

Would it interest you to add on a third day ?


Please e-mail Mandy: 
mwashington@educationresourcesinc.com
with your replies, and any suggestions for topics or speakers, or please comment on the blog below

The course will be held in November again
November 19-20, 2015– Framingham, MA

Thank you so much for your time

Mandy

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