Understanding Our Differences will present this informative evening webinar on Wednesday Oct. 18 at 7PM. Advance registration required.
Everything we do as human beings is dependent on our brains perceiving, interpreting and organizing the sensory information that surrounds us. Like many human abilities, this sensory processing can be variable, and impact the ease and success of many of our daily activities. Presenters Nikki Saccomandi and Kasey Joy, occupational therapists and assistant clinical directors at OTA the Koomar Center, will teach you basic principles and strategies of sensory processing, which will help parents, teachers and caregivers provide understanding and support to people with sensory processing challenges. Modifying tasks and the environment can often make a huge difference in how we perceive our world.
Register in advance here (free but donations welcome): https://understandingourdifferences.org/sensory-processing/