May 13, 2019 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Hosted by Two Rivers PCS
Two Rivers PCS, in collaboration with the Special Education Co-op and Conaboy and Associates, will be hosting a training on May 13 from 2-4 on Meeting the Sensory Needs of Students. We’ll hear from teachers and OTs about ways to meet needs of students across a continuum of classroomand school settings, and will tour Two Rivers’ new Sensory Rooms, created via a SEEF grant from OSSE.
Whether you have students with Autism, ADHD, students who have experienced trauma or have difficulties with self-regulation, creating tools and spaces within your classrooms and schools for self-regulation and sensory integration can transform your ability to effectively address student’s social-emotional needs.
This training will take place at our Two Rivers Young campus at 820 26th St, NE.
Trainingis appropriate for general ed teachers, special ed teachers, and school leaders
-Participants will understand how addressing sensory needs of students can improve both academic and social-emotional functioning
-Participants will learn a variety of strategies/tools to support students’ in learning how to self-regulate