Trauma-Informed Care in Pediatric Therapy – The on-demand webinar is presented by pediatric Occupational Therapist, Cara Koscinski OTR/L who is also a mother to 2 sons with special needs.
You will receive access information to the webinar and the handouts electronically immediately following payment.
The 3-hour Trauma-Informed Care in Pediatric Therapy webinar discusses trauma and stress in children.
Using evidence-based strategies, learn how to:
- screen for trauma symptoms and related-stress
- use culturally appropriate assessment/treatment
- provide resources for caregivers and other providers
- strengthen resilience
- create an environment of care for staff and clients that emphasizes safety, resilience, and positive behavioral supports.
This course contains the most recent research and treatment strategies to assist your child/clients/students.
The handout is packed with recommended books, articles/studies, and visual strategies you can use immediately.
Upon completion of the Trauma-Informed Care in Pediatric Therapy course, you must complete the post-test to receive your certificate of attendance.
More Information about the Presenter of Is Is Sensory or Is It Behavior Course
Cara Koscinski has her Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy and has been a therapist since 1997. She is currently attending university for her doctorate in occupational therapy. Her anticipated graduation date is August 2019.
She has 20+ years of experience as an OT in acute care, adult rehabilitation, pediatrics, driving assessment, hand-therapy, EI, and school-based settings. She is certified in Ocular Neuro Rehab, a trained Irlen vision screener, trained in Therapeutic Listening, and the parent of two children with SPD and autism.
More resources provided by Cara Koscinski OTR/L:
Is it sensory or is it behavior? On-demand webinar – Behavior is a form of communication and is often the only way children are able to express themselves. This course contains the most recent research and treatment strategies to assist your child/clients/students. The resource section is packed with recommended books, articles/studies, and visual strategies you can use immediately.
VAMPS Assessment – Visual Activity, Motor, Postural, & Sensorimotor Assessment is a unique tool to evaluate visual, perceptual, motor performance, sensory, core, and functional weakness in children and adults. This evidence-based assessment can be used in a variety of settings for ages 4 through adulthood.