Apr 16, 2013
Sensory Processing refers to the way one's body receives and then interprets messages from the senses: Touch, movement, vision, auditory, taste, and smell. Jennie Maher, OTR/L will explain how this process is essential and effects one's functioning across all environments. The presentation will address the benefits and types of sensory-rich activities for children and it will show how to recognize signs of sensory processing disorder.
ATG Learning Academy
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