Jenny Clark


Purposeful Play Solutions for Sensory Modulation in Early Intervention

Course Chapters & Learning Objectives:

Identifying Sensory Modulation Disorder in Infants and Toddlers

Simple Solutions to Manage Sensory Modulation Symptoms in Infants and Toddlers

Sensory Strategies for Childhood Occupations in Early Intervention

Course Description

In this course, therapists learn to identify sensory modulation challenges in infants and toddlers by utilizing skilled clinical observation, parental input, and assessments. Case studies are examined in detail, including both initial assessments and therapeutic interventions, as a foundation upon which to build a comprehensive understanding of effective treatment planning. This course provides a repertoire of practical sensory solutions for infants and toddlers, which address challenges specific to each sensory system using evidence-based studies. Sensory strategies target modulation disorders in infants and toddlers through interventions addressing childhood occupations: eating, bathing, sleeping, dressing, and playing. This course is applicable for occupational therapists, physical therapists, speech-language pathologists, and other professionals working in early intervention.