Part 1: Sensory Modulation in Early Intervention: Birth to Five by Karen Lea Hyche

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Part 1: Sensory Modulation in Early Intervention: Birth to Five by Karen Lea Hyche

Part 1: Sensory Modulation in Early Intervention: Birth to Five by Karen Lea Hyche

Part 1: Sensory Modulation in Early Intervention: Birth to Five by Karen Lea Hyche

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Join Karen Hyche in this 90-minute workshop recording to better understand sensory modulation in early intervention. You will discover the three types of sensory modulation disorders and how to assess them in infants, toddlers and young children. You will learn how to use skilled observation and parent interviews to identify how sensory modulation disorder affects both the child and family’s daily function. Finally, practical strategies will be presented to address common family and day care concerns.

Sensory Modulation Disorder Identification

  • Three types
    • Over responsive
    • Under responsive
    • Sensory seeking
  • How SMD affects daily function

Assessments for SMD in Birth-Five

  • Evaluations and assessments
  • Skilled observation
  • Developmental history

Early Intervention Part C services

  • Process
  • Individual Family Service Plan
  • Outcomes

Strategies and Techniques for Home, Daycare and Community

  • Use of music and movement
  • “Heavy work”
  • Graduated feeding techniques
  • Sensory play
  • Routines and schedules

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