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LEARNING SERIES!

Focus*Listening*Performance*Executive Function 

 

 

Sign up for the next of the series of 2-3 hour classes by professionals using cutting edge treatment strategies for common challenging conditions.

 

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WAKE UP YOUR BRAIN
-A Collaboration of Occupational and Speech Therapy Disciplines Using Sensory Processing Strategies
 

Practical Strategies for Organization & Focus:

A workshop to teach parents, teachers and adults how movement, sight, sound and touch affect daily life, work and academic performance.

 

 

Presented by

Elizabeth McBride, OT and Jane Shook, M.S., CCC-SLP

 

 

Learn the underlying theory of organized behavior and attention along with principles for creating and maintaining your self in an optimal state of alert focus needed for communication in social situations, learning and problem solving.

Also, gain inexpensive strategies using things in your environment to optimize calm, focused attention

 

 

Adapted from various educational resources on brain activation

 

 

 

Friday, October 20th from 9am-12:15pm

 

 

"This information has changed our family's life from frazzled to functional." - parent of an ADHD elementary boy

 
   
 
 
Elizabeth "Betty" McBride, OTR (Occupational Therapist) has treated adults and pediatrics in the Dallas area for over 30 years. She has been involved in Sensory Integration treatment privately since 1990 and is Owner/Clinical Director of a private practice in the Dallas area (North Texas Therapy Innovations). She is Sensory Integration Praxis (SIPT) certified. Betty is the visionary behind SI-Challenge (SI-C), past president and designed their camping program. She resides in Dallas with her husband, mom of three grown children, a therapy dog and a fat cat.

 

 

Jane Shook, M.S., CCC, SLP is the Owner and Clinical Director of the Center for Therapeutic Strategies located in Dallas, Texas. She has over thirty years’ experience as a speech pathologist with a specialty in working with children and adults who have processing and other language and learning disabilities using a sensory integration model. For seventeen years she worked at a multi-professional therapy facility having a sensory processing model where she was the lead speech pathologist. Jane developed treatment models for collaborating and co-treating across the disciplines of speech therapy, occupational therapy, physical therapy, psychology, social work, and art therapy. She is a popular workshop presenter to parents, teachers and therapists. Her philosophy of therapy is that a wise teacher makes learning fun, even if it is hard work.