Explore the newest scientific discoveries in “executive function”, sensory processing, motor planning and timing, communication and oppositional behavior. These scientific findings confirm the use of the DIR-FCD™ model in your home, classroom and clinic to enhance working memory, attention, self control, sensory motor integration and visual spatial knowledge. Case discussions and videos will demonstrate treatment strategies in all settings which support development of lifelong competencies for relating, thinking, feeling and functioning. This conference helps you understand the barriers to progress and “how to” move forward through case discussions, examining underlying processes, hands on workshops, and the opportunity to learn how to interact and play with your child using the techniques of DIRFloortime® to promote progress.
Webcast presentation titles that are included with this series are listed below.
- Foundational Capacities for Development – The FCD’s™: The Role of Experience and the Importance of Developmental Readiness
- Understanding Executive Function and Its Role as a Core Competency
- Building Competencies from Pre-K thru Young Adulthood in Public and Private School Settings
- Using Movement to Close Sensory Feedback Loops and Scaffold Cognition in ASD
- Think Before You Move!
- Sensory Processing and Neuroimaging Assessment to Guide Treatment Interventions
- Sensory Processing and Neuroimaging Assessment: Case Presentations of Treatment that is Informed and Supported by the Research
- “I’m Not Going to Lose It!” How to Stay Regulated and Calm While Helping Your Child Work Through Challenging Issues – Parents and Professionals Working Together
- The Development of Motor Control in the Sensory Affective Rhythm of Child/Caregiver Interaction
- DIR-FCD™ Model Assessment and Intervention for Older Children and Young Adults
- Speech, Language and Communication: Finding the Holes in the Swiss Cheese
- Visual Spatial Challenge’s Domino Effect on All Aspects of Development
- Executive Functioning and the DIR-FCD™ Model in Schools