The 3rd RAIR Symposium has Continuing Education to answer them.
What is a good approach to organizing treatment sessions for children with SPD and/or ADHD?
Check out Session A: Enhancing SI Perspectives for Assessment and Treatment: The Art of Clinical Reasoning. Instructor Stacey Szklut has vast experience and shares some helpful strategies for "putting it all together" for best outcomes.
If you have lots of experience and background, you may want to attend Session E: The TARGET with Patricia Oetter. Her format allows the clinician to organize and prioritize treatment options.
How does respiration impact function and what can be done about it in treatment?
There are 2 powerful sessions that address various aspects of respiratory function and treatment. Session F: Treating the Head and Neck with Irene Ingram considers the importance of establishing full respiratory function to improve sensory motor development of the head and neck.
Session J with Deanna Wanzek: Air is Good! Deals directly with intervention for dysfunctional respiratory patterns concomitant with a variety of diagnoses.
How can we as OTs help those in the educational system understand how sensory difficulties impact school performance and how occupational therapy can demonstrate improvement in sensory processing?
Session B with Renee Okoye will describe clinical methods for evaluating and documenting sensory performance in the academic setting.
Session I offers strategies for improving handwriting skills by implementing and synthesizing various sensory and motor interventions.
How can we help parents and others prevent oral motor problems before they disrupt development?
Speech therapist Diane Bahr will be offering a wealth of information to identify the signs of potential oral motor difficulties and ways to intervene to avoid them.
Are there any strategies to develop coordination in students with sensory motor delays?
Session D with Nikki Rosen will cover a variety of treatment approaches to address gross and fine coordination