Date : 28th May 2019, Tuesday
Time : 9.00am – 5.00pm
Venue : Oasis Place
Topic: Emotional Regulation, Behavioral Challenges, Sensory Processing and Social Competency: What’s the Connection?
Speaker: Dr Teresa A. May-Benson
Fees: Individual – RM 930 per pax / Group of 3 – RM 2640
Individuals with learning differences demonstrate challenges with emotional regulation and behavioral control that interfere with their ability to be socially competent. Social competency is vital for effective interactions and success in school, the community and life-long social interactions. This course will examine how sensory processing and motor performance problems impact the regulation of emotions and behavior necessary for the development of social competency and strategies for addressing these areas.
- Describe the relationship of sensory processing and motor challenges to emotional regulation, difficult behaviors, and social competency.
- Identify signs of sensory processing and motor performance, emotional regulation, behavioral and social competency challenges.
- State strategies to address challenges in sensory processing and motor performance, emotional regulation, behavior, and social competency which may be used at home, school or the community.
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