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Event Name

Self-Regulation in Children: Keeping the Mind, Body & Emotions on Task
For: Professionals
Provided by: Jack Hirose & Associates

Date and Time

Wed May 14, 2014 (This event is over)
9:00 - 4:00pm


1376 Carling Avenue, Ottawa, ON

Event Description

Children with autism, ADHD and sensory modulation disorders are challenged at keeping their bodies still, their minds on task, and their emotional needs met. These factors impact their ability to interact appropriately in social situations. This one-day workshop focuses on the dynamics of self-regulation and offers a practical approach to increasing children’s functional skills with interventions derived from traditional, technological and global sources. Attendees come away with strategies and interventions for the sensory child, as well as methods to calm, train and effectively engage the hyperactive child with ADHD. Also covered are communication, transition and behavior techniques for children of all ages with autism. Participants also learn skills to implement timing therapy, mindfulness attention training, simple sound therapy, Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) and methods for physically grounding a child. Also covered are apps for smart phones and tablets that provide effective interventions and on-the-spot regulation. - See more at: http://www.jackhirose.com/workshop/self-regulation-in-children-140514ottawa/#sthash.pqamIP4c.dpuf

More Info

1-800-456-5424 (Toll Free)


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This event is listed under these topics

Attention Deficit Disorders (ADD/ADHD)
Parents, Families & Caregivers
Child and Youth Service Organizations
Sensory Processing Disorders and Self-Regulation Problems
School Refusal (and School Phobia)
Last modified Feb 15, 2014 12:39am
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