Sensory & Behavior: Regulation in EAAT

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Once purchased, you will have 48 hours access to the online webinar and certificate of completion.

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1 Hour of Learning!

Continuing Education Information: Completing all parts of this presentation will result in the member completing 1 hour of education that focuses on learning about the sensory system, sensory dysfunctions, and when a student should be referred to a therapist.

About this Webinar:

“Regulation” is our bodies ability to change the levels of alertness or arousal based on the needs in our environment.  In our regulated state we can listen, learn, and participate to the best of our ability. However, regulation can be hard to achieve for some because our bodies are overwhelmed with what we see, hear, smell and feel in our environment. This webinar will provide therapists and instructors with an introductory knowledge on how the sensory system and sensory dysfunction impacts participation, including plenty of examples and case studies on behavior modification for the equine environment.

What will you learn?

  • Introduction to the sensory system
  • Brief summary of sensory dysfunction
  • When to refer to a therapist
  • Case Studies and examples of modifications to achieve regulation.
  • Time for Q & A

Presented by Kaiti King, OTD, OTR/L – HETRA Occupational Therapist 

Kaiti King is an occupational therapist with a background in pediatric clinical therapy, focusing primarily on sensory dysfunction and behavior modification. She obtained her doctorate degree from Creighton University, completing her capstone research on “Animal Assisted Therapy’s Impact on Functional Participation”. She is a clinical practitioner in hippotherapy and is currently working toward her certification as a Certified Riding Instructor. 

This webinar was produced by HETRA University

At HETRA, we are committed to providing high-quality education and programming to our participants and community, but that commitment isn’t restricted to the boundaries of the HETRA campus. Now, our Instructors and Therapists can share their wealth of knowledge with you in your very own home! Through these online materials, HETRA can continue to teach and serve our community regardless of the obstacles that are preventing our community from coming out to the barn. Please take a moment to explore some of the great content our staff have put together for you, and let us know what other topics you’d like us to cover!