Presented by: Donna Klein, MA, OTR/L Director & Founder
Is your child struggling with transitions? Meltdowns? Crying? Inflexibility?
Are you having too many daily challenges? Power struggles?
Donna will provide practical solutions to make your day with your child smoother and provide insight into better understanding his/her behaviors.
PLEASE JOIN US & BRING SIGNIFICANT OTHERS / FRIENDS
FREE TO PARENTS & OSC'S $50 FEE FOR THERAPISTS
Wed. February 12th @ 6-8pm
450 Mamaroneck Ave., Cafeteria, Harrison, NY
WTS has been providing seminars to parent groups, schools, professional organizations, psychologists, teacher associations and therapists for over 25 years. We can meet your organization’s needs on a wide range of topics in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech/Language/Feeding Therapy including developmental approaches, new cutting edge practices and evaluation techniques. Our workshops are known to provide practical strategies, improve teacher’s awareness of best practice and parents with a much better understanding of their child.
Donna Klein, our Director, and many of our therapists with advanced certifications have presented on topics including: Is It Behavior or Sensory Processing Difficulties; How can Teachers Facilitate Fine Motor Functioning?; Therapeutic Listening, Kinesiotaping; How does the Interactive Metronome Make a Difference?; Sensory Processing – at Home & in School; Play & How Our Children Learn from It; Fine Motor Development; Arts and Crafts for the Special Needs Child; Occupational Therapy in the School Environment; Yoga and the Special Ed Child; Sensory Defensiveness: A Comprehensive Treatment Approach, among many others. Email us at email@example.com for more information and dates
FOR TEACHERS & PARENTS:
Managing Classroom Behaviors
For Harrison School District
White Plains Library
Fine Motor Development
For Tarrytown School District
Hosted at MCNS Toddler Center’s
at Home & in the Classroom
At Memorial Methodist preschool
Practical Applications of NDT
TheraTogs Use in Therapy
Listening With the Whole Body