The National Institute of Mental Health and its Office of Autism Research Coordination is sponsoring a free public webcast of a day-long scientific workshop titled
“Loss of Skills and Onset Patterns in Neurodevelopmental Disorders: Understanding the Neurobiological Mechanisms”
The workshop will take place Friday, Feb. 19, 2016, from 9 am to 5 pm Eastern at the National Institute of Mental Health, in Bethesda, Maryland.
Leading researchers will discuss the latest findings on the brain mechanisms associated with developmental regression and the onset of symptoms in autism and related disorders. Of particular focus will be research that provides insights into what causes the loss of previously attained developmental and cognitive skills. The workshop’s goal is to guide future efforts to develop prevention and treatment strategies.
Source: Autism Speaks
To attend the live webcast on said date, click here.
Who: Lindsey Moyer, MS, OTR/L and Elizabeth Mackay MOT, OTR/L
What: Challenges with sensory processing can cause a variety of issues for young children both in and out of the school setting. This webinar for parents and educators will explain the following:
- The main areas of sensory processing
- The role of sensory processing for young children
- How challenges in these areas can manifest day-to-day
- Solutions for meeting the sensory needs of the child
When: Tuesday, November 10th from 8:00-9:00 pm (Wednesday, 11th November 2015, 9-10 AM Philippine Time)
Where: Live via webinar in the comfort of your own home
Click here to register.
Dr. Greg Stasi, Pediatric Neuropsychologist and Monal Patel MOT, OTR/L
Executive Functioning Skills are critical for school success but are often not taught in the classroom. This webinar will cover the five basic areas of executive functioning:
- Working memory
Parents will be encouraged to evaluate their child’s current executive functioning habits and will be given practical applications for daily school work including the following:
- More effective organization
- Study skills
- Goal setting
This webinar is ideal for any parent looking to improve their child’s executive functioning skills in order to see real progress in academic functioning this school year.
Tuesday, September 15th from 8:00-9:00 pm CST
(Wednesday, 16th September 2015, 9-10AM Philippine Time)
Live via webinar in the comfort of your own home
Click here to register for this FREE webinar.
Monday, 6 July 2015, at 07:30 pm
Sydney, GMT +10 (5:30 PM Philippine Time)
– What contributes to anterior hip pain or impingement biomechanically?
– Can other areas of the body have an effect on the hip and it’s mechanics and function?
– Common causes of anterior hip pain
– Hip bony and muscular anatomy
– Hip biomechanics review
– Anterior hip pain causes
– Labral tears and impingement
– Potential effects of the SIJ and Lumbar spine on the hip
– Potential effects of the foot on the hip
– Potential effects of the thorax on the hip
– Treatment options for the hip
Click here to register for this free event.