Westchester Speech, Hearing, and Language Association
Presents a 0.2 CEU Evening Workshop
(with light dinner)
Sensory Processing Disorder: Identification, Self-Regulation, and Strategies
Presenter: Vincent Incognoli, MA, OTR/L
Wednesday, November 8, 2017
6:00 -8:00pm Program
Burke Rehabilitation Center – Rosedale Room
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) affects many children who are seen by speech-language pathologists. These children suffer with hyper- or hypo sensitivity to sights, sounds, or touch which affects their abilities to learn and socialize. This workshop provides an overview of SPD, its subtypes in children (pre-k to middle school), and strategies for identification and treatment. Self-regulation concepts and strategies will be provided as the foundation and key to working with clients with SPD.
Learning Objectives – As a result of this workshop, attendees will be able to:
- Name the 3 SPD Primary Patterns and subtypes as well as red flags for identifying them.
- Implement treatment strategies for each SPD subtypes.
- Define self-regulation and list strategies that foster regulation in children with SPD.
Presenter: Vincent Incognoli, Occupational Therapist – provides treatment to pediatric clients at his private practice, Sensory Works Occupational Therapy PC/ Sensory Integration and Praxis Test certified/ DIR trained/ caseload- early intervention through young adulthood/ specialty area- Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)
Financial – Disclosure
No relevant financial or nonfinancial relationships exist. Vincent will receive an honorarium from WSHLA for his presentation.
5:15-6:00: Registration check-in and Dinner
6:00-6:30: Sensory Processing Dysfunction primary patterns and subtypes defined.
6:30-7:00: Self-regulation and strategies for each SPD subtype.
7:00-8:00: Case Studies and Q&A.