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December 2016
January 2017
February 2017
2/28/2017
SETT Framework
Status: Open
Check-In Time: 7:30 AM
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 3:00 PM
Event Fee $10.00
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Deadline:
2/1/2017
Location 1: SCSC Conference Center - Room: Conference
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North Mankato, MN
Contact: Shawnea Hull Telephone: 507-389-1425 Fax: (507)389-1772
Description: Assistive technology must be considered at least annually for every student on an IEP.
The best people to do A.T. consideration are the IEP Team Members. Come learn how
to use the SETT Framework for your A.T. consideration! Kursten Dubbels, Minnesota
Department of Education A.T. Specialist, will be walking us through the SETT
Framework step-by-step. Be prepared to complete the consideration process by coming
with a student in mind. Bringing the student’s IEP and evaluation report will be beneficial
as you consider assistive technology. Please consider attending as a team because
A.T. consideration is a TEAM process!
March 2017
3/23/2017 to
3/24/2017
Treatment of the Child with Hypotonia in the School Setting: An NDT Approach
Status: Open
Check-In Time: 7:00 AM
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 4:00 PM
Event Fee $175.00
Registration
Deadline:
3/22/2017
Location 1: SCSC Conference Center - Room: Conference
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North Mankato, MN
Contact: Rhonda Jensen Telephone: 507-389-1425
Description: This two day course is designed for physical and occupational therapists working with children who have neurological or developmental disorders where hypotonia is a significant component, such as Down Syndrome, DCD, genetic disorders and some forms of Cerebral Palsy. Using the International Classification of Functioning Disability and Health- Children and Youth Version ( ICF-CY) the motor and sensory impairments associated with hypotonia will be defined and described, along with the effect hypotonia has on function and participation in a school environment. Lab and problem solving experiences will include NDT facilitation, as well as combining NDT with sensory strategies to improve postural control, stability strength and motor learning related to specific functional and participation outcomes. Strategies for use in the classroom will be covered including equipment and adjuncts such as compression garments.
Link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1jzs-K2qi_KJ-WWOeuhu0Ee_qYUVwbDh4FNt0EMRh5V0/edit?usp=sharing
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