Join us for an important seminar on Addressing Sensory Issues for students with Down syndrome.
Thursday, December 7, 2017 12:30pm-3:30pm
DSG Office: 5960 Dearborn St. Suite #100 Mission, KS 66202
Sensory processing difficulties are common in children with Down syndrome. These difficulties may present in a variety of ways such as behavior difficulties, failure to follow directions, aggression, or communication deficits. Sensory processing must be addressed for a child to be successful in the classroom. Our presentation will provide you with information about sensory processing and strategies that you can use to help students be more successful. Presented collaboratively by an SLP, OT and PT, this session will send you back to class with some new tools in your tool belt to help your students cope with sensory issues and stay on task in an academic setting.
Lunch Provided. No childcare will be available for this event.