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May 2018
5/10/2018 to
5/11/2018
Total Motion Release TMR TOTS Level I: Focus on the Pediatric Patient 2 Day Conference
Status: Expired
Check-In Time: 7:30 AM
Start Time: 8:00 AM
End Time: 5:30 PM
In State Participant Fee $250.00
Out of State Participant Fee (Never taken) $495.00
Registration
Deadline:
5/3/2018
Location 1: South Central Service Coop - Room: Conference
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No. Mankato, , MN
Contact: Rhonda Jensen Telephone: 507-389-1425
Description: ***This is a 2 day event May 10th and May 11th***
TMR uses the ICF model and follows an 8-step process to identify limitation in mobility and their connection with functional outcomes which match caregiver concerns. Range of motion and/or control improves using indirect techniquest by understanding the relationship between a hypo mobile area in one area creating hyper mobility elsewhere. Postural symmetry improves the patient can better access control. Caregiver are instructed in family friendly therapeutic play and position activities to incorporate into daily routines. Therapeutic positions are in the direction of ease which is well received by patients as it is a pain free concept. Functional outcomes are rechecked post treatment.
Total Motion Release-Level 1 will provide extensive lab time for the therapist to learn the foundational TMR concepts, a systematic process to identify restriction in mobility, the single plane exercises, combos and alternative positions. The student will also be introduced to increasing range of motion with a pain free method, strengthening, postural control, transitions, weight shifting, pre-gait and gait training.
Comment: ***Please let us know of any food allergies or dietary restrictions***

***Minnesota Board of Physical Therapy approved for 16 CEUs***
June 2018
July 2018
August 2018
8/14/2018 to
8/16/2018
STAR Autism Support Comprehensive Workshop (2 days) and Team Traning (1 day)
Status: Open
Check-In Time: 8:00 AM
Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Time: 4:00 PM
Thursday only (part of implementation team) $45.00
Tuesday and Wednesday (non-team member $100/day per person) $200.00
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday (Implementation Team Member-$45/day per person) $135.00
Registration
Deadline:
8/1/2018
Location 1: SCSC Conference Center - Room: Conference
Location Map
North Mankato, MN
Contact: Rhonda Jensen Telephone: 507-389-1425
Description: STAR Comprehensive Workshop:

•Tuesday & Wednesday, August 14 & 15, 2018
•Required for those who have not been trained
•Optional for those who have been trained
•Cost: $100.00/day per person or $45.00/per person for implementation teams

STAR Teams Training (Implementation Teams Only):

•Thursday, August 16, 2018
•Required for all teams
•Cost: $45.00/per person

STAR Workshop Content
The instructional methods of discrete trial training, pivotal response training, teaching functional routines, and positive behavior interventions and supports form the instructional base of this comprehensive program. Participants receive examples of STAR Program lesson plans at each instructional level in order to practice their skills in implementing the program.

•Learn the STAR Program’s (Arick, Loos, Falco, Krug, 2004) curriculum content
• Watch video and demonstrations of the three instructional methods in the STAR Program

What You Will Learn

• Developmental curriculum content appropriate for students with developmental disabilities curriculum-based assessment techniques for baseline and progress monitoring
•To use Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) to teach new skills
•To teach students to be independent and to generalize skills within their daily routines

What You Will Receive

•Extensive handouts
•One STAR Program student assessment at each level
•A certificate for 12 hours continuing education credit



Comment: ***Current coaches attend for FREE***
8/21/2018
Zones of Regulation
Status: Open
Check-In Time: 8:00 AM
Start Time: 8:30 AM
End Time: 3:00 PM
Event Fee $80.00
Registration
Deadline:
8/6/2018
Location 1: SCSC Conference Center - Room: Conference
Location Map
North Mankato, MN
Contact: Rhonda Jensen Telephone: 507-389-1425
Description: About The Zones of Regulation
The Zones of Regulation is a framework and curriculum designed to foster skills in self regulation, including emotional control, sensory regulation, and executive functions. It is a systematic, cognitive behavior approach that uses four colors to help students visually and verbally self identify how they are functioning in the moment given their emotions and state of alertness. The model incorporates Social Thinking concepts to help students use perspective taking, to identify how they are thinking and feeling, and understand how their thoughts and behavior impact those around them. Through using the curriculum individuals become more self aware and learn tools they can use to regulate to a more expected state. The Zones of Regulation curriculum is published by Social Thinking Publishing (www.socialthinking.com). It can be used effectively in home, school, and clinical settings, as well as in conjunction with previously taught regulation strategies.


About the Presentation
The Zone of Regulation presentation provides teachers, therapists and parents with hands on knowledge on the nature of self regulation and strategies for improving self regulation and emotional control in individuals of all ages. The presentation addresses topics such as the brain’s involvement, typical development, sensory processing, emotional regulation, and executive functioning. Audience participants will learn an explicit, stair stepped method and tools to guide students in utilizing The Zones framework across situations and environments to regulate sensory needs, impulses, and emotional states to social demands.

Visuals and student work samples are highlighted to illustrate numerous learning activities. A variety of tools (sensory supports, calming techniques, and thinking strategies) are explored to help students recognize their internal emotions, sensory needs, and thinking patterns in each zone, when shifting from one zone to another, and t
Comment: ***Bring your ZONES of REGULATIOn Book***
September 2018
October 2018
10/3/2018
Return to Play - Return to Learn: What to Consider After a Concussion
Status: Open
Check-In Time: 8:30 AM
Start Time: 9:00 AM
End Time: 3:30 PM
AM Session Only $10.00
Full day $15.00
PM Session Only $10.00
Registration
Deadline:
10/2/2018
Location 1: South Central Service Cooperative
Location Map
North Mankato, MN
Contact: Rhonda Jensen Telephone: 507-389-1425
Description: Return to Play: 9:00-11:30
Lunch: 11:30-12:30 on your own
Return to Learn: 12:30-3:30

Return to Play
Troy Hoehn, Past President of the MN Athletic Trainers Association, MATA Secondary School Committee Chair Head, Head Athletic Trainer at Orthopaedic and Fracture Clinic and Mankato East High School Athletic Trainer - What is a concussion, testing for concussions, how concussions affect students, communicating with school nurse and families, and returning to athletics

Kelly Bredeken, Statewide Traumatic Brain Injury Specialist will briefly discuss 504 Plans, Special Education, when to consider each, the impact of concussions on learning and the importance of communication between coaches, athletic trainers, school nurse, guidance counselors, social workers, teachers, and families.

Target Audience: coaches, athletic trainers, athletic directors, school nurses, guidance counselors, general education teachers, occupational therapists, administrators

Return to Learn
Kelly Bredeken, Statewide Traumatic Brain Injury Specialist will discuss special education evaluation and eligibility for Traumatic Brain Injury, the transition back to school after a brain injury, types of brain injuries, parts of the brain and impact of injury to each area and educational strategies for Traumatic Brain Injury.

Target Audience: school psychologist, special education teachers, guidance counselors, school social workers, assessment specialists, case facilitators, school nurses, occupational therapists, general education teachers and administrators.
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