Presented by Laurie Hopkins, MS OTR/L, Spectrum Services Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy and Adaptive Physical Education Department Head
There is no “hocus pocus” involved in becoming a better communicator with the limbic system of the brain, which has so much influence over the sensory seeking and avoiding behaviors which so many children on the spectrum display.
Laurie will share the key needs of the limbic system and discuss how a child’s behavior can be a clear indication of what their actual sensory needs are. She will also explore basic strategies to consider and then adapt based on individual and family preferences. By learning to speak the language of the brain’s limbic system, shifts can occur which at times seems almost…..magical
Please RSVP to LSiuta@centerforspectrumservices.org
Groups are free of charge for families of a child with a developmental disability. For some workshops, parents can view it live from their home computer. Please send requests and RSVPs to Leah Siuta, (845) 336-2616 x120 or LSiuta@centerforspectrumservices.org.