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Practical Strategies for Addressing Sensory Processing in School Based OT

This graduate course is designed for school-based Occupational Therapists who want to achieve a more comprehensive understanding of sensory processing and explore specific and practical treatment strategies for addressing sensory and  regulation challenges in the school setting. This course will focus on utilizing a framework to develop treatment plans to address sensory dysfunction utilizing both classroom based strategies and other therapeutic interventions. Therapists will learn to effectively problem solve and help their students overcome common barriers with regards to sensory dysfunction in the school setting. This course will also explore the current research with regards to the efficacy of Sensory Integration Therapy, emerging research in alternate fields with regards to sensory processing as well as opportunities for future research.

(Available for 3 credits)

Course Number: ED 501-5414

**Textbooks purchased separately and are available here and here


"This is my 9th course taken with TAC. The content has always been specific, easy to navigate, and relevant to my profession as a school-based OT. Highly recommended."- Melissa, OT

"This course was great! I found it informative and relevant to my profession. I have already recommended to others to look at the courses."

The knowledge and resources utilized in this course have already impacted my thoughts when treatment planning and practicing.  I continue to be grateful to you both for putting these course together. "

"Love these courses! They are self-paced, informational, and relevant to school-based OT. I will continue to take them for sure!"

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