Sensory Processing and Behavior
When working with children and youth with autism, therapists often find it challenging to navigate client behaviors and responses that may be caused by sensory processing differences. This webinar will discuss sensory processing science and taxonomy. Lauren will utilize case vignettes to explore how some behavioral patterns may communicate underlying sensory seeking and avoiding responses, and how to address them. With this knowledge, therapists can enable their clients to engage in real-life activities with their peers, you as their therapists and/or other adults.
Closed Captioned in English!
BONUS: PRACTICAL TOOLKIT - Fillable Worksheet: Studying Sensory Behavior; Chart: Interventions Principles for Sensory Processing and Behavior
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