Many children today demonstrate challenges in sequencing, organization, planning and regulation. These challenges are often attributed to executive function deficits. However, in many cases, these children may have praxis difficulties which contribute to or constitute the source of these challenges. This course will examine the relationship between motor and praxis skills and executive function skills. How these functions overlap and work together to allow us to effectively interact with our world will be explored. The role of integral concepts common to these two functions such as embodied cognition, representational thought, sequencing, and spatial-temporal adaptation will be discussed. Information on how to identify these challenges and key intervention strategies will be presented. Learning will be facilitated by lectures, case studies and participant interaction. Ample time will be provided for questions and answers.
**8 myCPD Points accorded by Ministry of Health, Malaysia’s Allied Science Division
|USD 220||International Participants|
|RM 580||MOTA, MEPS, MSCP, PSIMA, MASH, SENIA Members (Malaysia)|
|RM 680||Malaysian Participants|
Dr Teresa May-Benson is the Founder of TMB Education, President of OTR, Inc Past Executive Director of the Spiral Foundation. She has extensive experience in sensory integration theory and intervention with children and adults with autism and a diverse clinical background having worked in private and public school settings as well as private practice. She is the author of the Adult/Adolescent Sensory History (ASH), the GI Assessment and the Test of Ideational Praxis in addition to numerous articles and book chapters on praxis, ideation, and sensory integration.
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