Goals & Objectives:
- To have a clear understanding of sensory terms and definitions. A) Be able to name 6-8 sensations; B) Recognize sensory seeking behaviors from sensory avoiding behaviors; C) Identify some of the differences between sensory processing and behavioral issues.
- To understand the inter-relationship between sensory processing and normal development. A) Identify at least 3 motor skills affected by sensory processing problems in tactile, vestibular, and proprioceptive areas; B) Understand a typical early childhood activity and know what sensations are needed to execute the task and which are challenging to the child.
- To expand their resources of activities and their ability to modify a task to incorporate the sensory needs of a child. A) To demonstrate 3 ways to modify a task or activity to address sensory concerns; B) To be able to share activities with parents.
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