The term “primitive reflex integration” has grown in popularity over the past 5 years. In this two-part course learn how reflex integration applies to school performance, participation, and stress and learn how to evaluate primitive reflexes and provide individual, group-based, and consultation strategies to support your child’s success at school.
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This course is part of Therapies in the School Online Conference 5
Session A: Primitive Reflex Integration: Is it Relevant to my School-Based Practice
The term “primitive reflex integration” has grown in popularity over the past 5 years. Is it a new therapy fad? What is it really, and how is it relevant to your current practice? Learn how reflex integration applies to school performance, participation, and stress
- Discuss the importance of exploring primitive reflexes in the pediatric population
- List 3 strategies to support integration of primitive reflexes
Session B: Strategies to Promote Integration of Primitive Reflexes
Poor reflex integration can impact all aspects of a child’s development – gross and fine motor development, visual perceptual skills, attention and coping skills. Learn how to evaluate primitive reflexes and provide individual, group-based, and consultation strategies to support your child’s success at school.
- Discuss how the developmental sequence as it relates to primitive reflexes.
- Effectively assess primitive reflexes in the pediatric population.
- Utilize treatment tools for primitive reflex integration for individual, small group, and classroom intervention.
Janine Wiskind engages her audience with her dynamic teaching style and makes intense information easy to understand and apply. As a pediatric occupational therapist, beginning her career in brain injury, Janine cultivated her specific concentration in vision, which has, in turn, led her to specialize in primitive reflex integration. Janine published articles relating to dysfunction in the pediatric population and has been involved in research on the pediatric brain injury unit. Working for inpatient rehab, outpatient, home health, the school system, and now within her own clinic has provided Janine with an extensive opportunity to work with a variety of pediatric populations and has led to her diverse array of expertise. Her clinic, On Solid Ground, focuses on primitive reflex integration, sensory integration, and, also focuses on the family unit to tie clinic gains to functional changes within the home and family system. The goal of her teaching and class work is to provide effective concepts that will be pertinent in your everyday practice.
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