Seating/Positioning Part 2 -Implementation Strategies & Underlying Concepts

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2/7/19
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3:30 PM CDT – 4:30 PM CDT (Time Zone Sensitive)
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The part 1 recording is available by contacting Jenn Skalitzky, jskalitzky@ucpnet.org*** Presented by Karen M. Kangas OTR/L, Nationally Certified, State Licensed Occupational Therapist; Seating & Positioning & Mobility Specialist, Assistive Technology Specialist; Adjunct University Faculty, Clinical Educator, Consultant*** This second webinar is built on the first one. Now let’s take what we learned in the first session and put it to use with real students. Observing a student’s postural mechanisms is challenging. These can only be observed when the student is engaged in tasks, and frequently it is that very engagement that is not occurring. How can we support activity engagement to actually observe vestibular processing?
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Seating/Positioning Part 2 -Implementation Strategies & Underlying Concepts