Self Regulation

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Oct
14
to Dec 2

Social Communication and Self Regulation Group 9-10

12:00-1:00pm

Social and self-regulation skills are essential for social, emotional and academic success. While some children come by these skills naturally, others benefit from explicit instruction. In our fun and interactive social and self-regulation groups, kids work together to enhance these skills. Sessions include active movement, arts and crafts, games, and role play. In this program, kids will learn to explore cognitive and sensory strategies and to develop tools to manage their self-regulation and social abilities in different situations. This group has been developed based on the Social Thinking curriculum and Zones of Regulation program.

$800/8 sessions

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Oct
14
to Dec 2

Social Communication and Self Regulation Group 7-8

10:30-11:30am

Social and self-regulation skills are essential for social, emotional and academic success. While some children come by these skills naturally, others benefit from explicit instruction. In our fun and interactive social and self-regulation groups, kids work together to enhance these skills. Sessions include active movement, arts and crafts, games, and role play. In this program, kids will learn to explore cognitive and sensory strategies and to develop tools to manage their self-regulation and social abilities in different situations. This group has been developed based on the Social Thinking curriculum and Zones of Regulation program.

$800/8 sessions

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Oct
14
to Dec 2

Social Communication and Self Regulation Group 5-6

9:00-10:00am

Social and self-regulation skills are essential for social, emotional and academic success. While some children come by these skills naturally, others benefit from explicit instruction. In our fun and interactive social and self-regulation groups, kids work together to enhance these skills. Sessions include active movement, arts and crafts, games, and role play. In this program, kids will learn to explore cognitive and sensory strategies and to develop tools to manage their self-regulation and social abilities in different situations. This group has been developed based on the Social Thinking curriculum and Zones of Regulation program.

$800/8 sessions

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Aug
14
3:30 PM15:30

Pediatric Occupational Therapy Workshop

9:30am-4:00pm

Full-Day, Pediatric Occupational Therapy Workshop
For OT, OT/PTA Professionals and OT, OTA/PTA Students

Gain clinical experience providing therapy for children with sensory processing, self-regulation and/or social emotional difficulties. Multiple treatment approaches and strategies will be explored including: sensory integration, Zones of Regulation, Social Thinking and the Alert Program. Attendees will be provided with a certificate of workshop completion.

Workshop objectives:
• To gain an understanding of sensory integration theory and how it relates to occupational performance
• To gain an understanding of cognitive strategies used by OTs for self-regulation and emotional control
• To learn how to administer and interpret clinical observations of neuromuscular integration
• To develop hands-on experience using a variety of tools, including suspended equipment, therapy balls, fine motor tools, scooter boards, self-regulation programs for treatment, etc.

Workshop includes:
• Observation of, and discussion following, one-on-one OT treatment with clients
• Case study work, and interactive exercises.
• The latest research and evidence will be discussed. Intervention strategies will be reviewed and provided for therapy, school and home environments.

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Aug
14
3:30 PM15:30

Kindergarten Ready

Red Oak’s Kindergarten Readiness Camps are designed to help prepare young students for success in Kindergarten. Our camps are play based and created with the intention of alleviating some of the separation anxiety many of our youngest students go through when entering full day kindergarten. As well, our camps will help to prepare students for Kindergarten by fostering and developing strategies for early literacy and numeracy development, and healthy social communication. This is a fun and hands on way to help kids familiarize themselves with the demands of Kindergarten, both academically and emotionally.

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