Supporting Positive Behaviors at School and at Home, Part 2
December 10, 2020 | 4:00pm
Lifestyle changes related to COVID-19 can lead to emotional dysregulation for people with disabilities, which may contribute to interfering behaviors. Part 2 of Supporting Positive Behaviors at School and Home explores simple antecedent-based interventions for enriching the environment with sensory stimuli and using preferred activities and items to support emotional regulation and sensory needs for youth with disabilities. Learn strategies for coping with changes to routines and schedules.
Presented by: Julie Short, MA, Regional Consultant, Autism Center at OCALI; Denise Sawan Caruso, MA, CCC-SP, Regional Consultant, Autism Center at OCALI; Tessa Martin, Parent and Paraprofessional, Gallia County Board of DD; Kayla Wysocki, Occupational Therapist, Warrensville Heights City School District
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