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20TRA552 How Sensory Processing affects Learning: Strategies for the Classroom
This webinar will explore why some children tend to fidget, chew on pencils, become easily distracted, fall of their chair or are uncomfortable wearing the uniform. Sensory processing difficulties can have a huge impact on learning and behaviour. Research has found that 1 in every 6 children have sensory issues that make it hard for them to learn and function in school. Therefore, the focus of the webinar is on practical tips and strategies that can be implemented at a whole class level to help alleviate the impact of sensory processing difficulties on learning within the classroom.

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Oct 1, 2020 07:00 PM in Dublin

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Jessica Kennedy
Jess Kennedy is a multi-award winning Senior Paediatric Occupational Therapist (OT) who is based in Cork, Ireland. Jess has worked in private practice for 7 years in both Australia and Ireland. She founded her company, My OT & Me in 2018 where she provides home-based intervention that is family-centred. Jess has created a motor skills program called Octobox which contains custom designed activities for children aged between 3-9 years old. She also has a learning platform for parents and educators called My OT University where she shares practical tips and strategies around child development. Jess has also been published in the Huffington Post & The Journal of Occupational Science and is an Alumni Speaker for the Global Undergraduate Awards.