Elizabeth Munsell, PhD, OTR/L, Jessica Kramer, PhD, OTR/L, Lauren Little, PhD, OTR/L, Anna Wallisch, PhD, OTR/L
An interactive panel discussion featuring three expert occupational therapists who will discuss their recent research in the field of autism, moderated by Pearson OT Research Director, Elizabeth Munsell, PhD, OTR/L
Many individuals with autism experience differences in the way they process sensory information relative to their neurotypical peers. This webinar provides an overview of Dunn's sensory processing framework, reviews recent related research, explores two standardized sensory questionnaires, and explains how assessment results can be used to guide intervention planning and strategy formation.
Understanding the sensory and motor development of young children is vital to support their participation and success. Challenges in these areas may exacerbate many social, behavioral, and learning difficulties during early childhood and into school years.
Meeting the sensory processing and motor needs of individuals in educational settings is vital for participation and success. Challenges in these areas may underlie or exacerbate many social, behavioral and learning difficulties faced by students.
This web recording focuses on better understanding Q-global, our web-based system for test administration, scoring and reporting. The hosts go into detail on the benefits of going digital - including time and cost savings. Additionally, we discuss key OT tests available on Q-global including Bayley-4, PEDI-CAT, Sensory Profile 2, BOT-2, and BMAT.
This webinar provides an overview of the Bayley-4 Screening Test and information about the fourth edition updates. It also provides basic interpretation, and differences between the Screening Test and the full Bayley-4 assessment.
Increasingly, interprofessional practice (IPP) between SLPs and OTs in rehabilitation settings requires greater collaboration and discussion of tool choices and decision-making points in time. A model of work from screening and diagnostic assessment to intervention and progress monitoring will be described in this session.