Introduction to Foundations of Development: Sensory Processing, Regulation & Relationship - an Overview of the STAR Frame of Reference

Recorded Webinar

  • Open to all. Intermediate level. OT, SLP, PT, Educators, MH providers, Early intervention providers.

  • 2 hours - Recording of masterclass webinar

  • Includes Certificate of attendance.

  • £25 GBP - includes access to the recorded webinar for 30 days.

Overview

This course provides participants with a brief overview of the inter-connectedness of sensory processing-regulation-relationship by examining shared neurology and impacts on developmental trajectories. Guidelines for strategies supporting these three domains and the supportive interactions between them will be presented and discussed. 


Learning Objectives

  1. Explain the bi-directional nature of sensory processing, regulation and relationship using a clinical lens 
  2. Recognize the impacts of shared neurology of these three foundations of development 
  3. Identify the role of each foundation in early development and implications on a developmental trajectory
  4. Relate the ontogenesis of the sensory systems to their role in supporting development in the first year of life, from regulatory, relational and skill development perspectives.

Course curriculum

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    Introduction to Foundations of Development: Sensory Processing, Regulation & Relationship - an Overview of the STAR Frame of Reference - webinar recording

    • Masterclass: Introduction to Foundations of Development: Sensory Processing, Regulation & Relationship - an Overview of the STAR Frame of Reference - webinar recording

    • Course Notes

    • Help and Further Information

Lecturer

Director of Education, STAR Institute, MSW, OTR/L

Mim Ochsenbein

You can see more information about Mim on her website here.

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