Title: Strap on your sensory goggles! ~Meeting your child’s sensory needs~
Description: This webinar is an introduction to meeting children’s sensory needs. We will discuss different types of sensory input, the why behind dysregulation, and organizing strategies for your little one!
1. Parents will develop understanding of sensory input.
2. Parents will be able to identify signs of regulation vs. dysregulation.
3. Families will have a better understanding of how to find their child’s sensory threshold.
4. Families will identify 2-3 organizing sensory strategies.
Presented by:McKenzie Dunphy, MS, OTR/L
Date: November 18, 6 p.m. (PST)
Stories & Songs
Description: Come join us at an interactive storytime where we will sing and play together. In the first class of this series, this month we will focus on a FALL theme! Parents can look forward to learning a language strategy to use while enjoying this half-hour class alongside their child.
Parents will learn and see demonstrations of early language stimulation strategies.
Children will be exposed to early literacy skills.
Children will develop increased language skills through song and social interaction, as well as stories.
Presented by: Jordan Fedalizo, M.A., CCC-SLP
Date: November 19th, 9 am
More exciting events to come–stay tuned!
Making Music & Learning Language
FREE Virtual music class
* Last Class is August 2nd
Join our musician, Jody Mulgrew, and Michelle Loftus (Speech Language Pathologist) as they work together to incorporate speech and language strategies into music! Toddlers 18 months to 3 years old will have so much fun singing and dancing all while working on new communication skills! Parents will leave with fun songs to incorporate into everyday routines!
Currently, we are offering one class per week alternating mornings and afternoons. Strategies targeted will repeat for two weeks but we strongly encourage families to join every week!
What you need:
- Register for class (below)
- Safe place to move around with minimal distractions
- Zoom device out of reach from your child
What you MAY want nearby (optional):
- Shaker item (i.e. sharper, keys, rice/beans in tupperware, etc)
- Box/bucket (i.e. empty milk/water bottle, empty oatmeal container)
- Wooden spoons