||Presented by Mary Lashno, OTR, Kennedy Krieger Institute
Do you have students who struggle to take in all of the sensory messages around them? Do they perceive the lights as too bright, the music as too loud or the scents as too strong? Or, perhaps, you have students who do not seem to register even intense sensory input.
This workshop will provide information about sensory processing and sensory processing disorder. When children have challenges processing sensory information, their motor skills, attention spans, behavior, learning, play skills and self-care skills can all be affected. Come learn about the early signs of sensory processing disorder and the best ways to support all of the children in your classroom.