The Development of Motor Control in the Sensory Affective Rhythm of Child/Caregiver Interaction

$15.00 /6 month

Presenters

Beth Osten

Elizabeth Osten, MS, OTR/L

Rosemary White

Rosemary White, OTR/L

Rosemary White, OTR/L; Beth Osten, MS, OTR/L; with Profectum and Guest Faculty

This workshop will address motor development from birth to 7 when there is fully matured balance and equilibrium.  The goal of the workshop is for participants to understand how the sensory affective interaction of caregiver supports righting reactions which are a foundation for the infant, toddler and preschooler to explore and make meaning of their world.  This workshop will bring together how we can learn from the research of Elizabeth Torres, PhD and Elysa Marco, MD and bring it into our work with children and their families.

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Rosemary White, OTR/L; Beth Osten, MS, OTR/L; with Profectum and Guest Faculty

This workshop will address motor development from birth to 7 when there is fully matured balance and equilibrium.  The goal of the workshop is for participants to understand how the sensory affective interaction of caregiver supports righting reactions which are a foundation for the infant, toddler and preschooler to explore and make meaning of their world.  This workshop will bring together how we can learn from the research of Elizabeth Torres, PhD and Elysa Marco, MD and bring it into our work with children and their families.

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