Webinar - Live - Session 2 - Exploring the Senses: Sensory Detective—Understanding unique sensory needs with Bethany Brewin
The focus of this three-part webinar series is on conversations related to how we process the sensory world. Parents and caregivers will benefit from listening to Bethany Brewin (M. Sc. O.T.) discuss topics surrounding how the sensory system works, various types of sensory “styles”, sensory friendly adaptations as well as strategies and sensory tools that parents can incorporate into their daily routine.
Session 2 of 3: Exploring the Senses: Sensory Detective - Understanding unique sensory needs
This webinar will provide examples of each sensory “style”—low registration, sensory seeking, sensory sensitivity, and sensory avoiding. This webinar will discuss the common characteristics and strategies to help caregivers respond to their child's unique sensory needs.
Additional sessions in this series:
Session 1: An introduction to the sensory system
Session 3: Sensory tools and strategies for children
Bethany is an experienced occupational therapist living in Simcoe County. She attended the University of Toronto for her Master of Science in Occupational Therapy. She has worked with children, youth, and families across Canada, as well as providing consultation services to childcare settings, schools, and community organizations. Bethany has presented on a variety of topics over the years, from fine motor skills to healthy eating; she was a panelist at a recent symposium on the impact of screen time on early childhood development. She is particularly passionate about connecting with the world around us through mindfulness: engaging our senses to connect with our surroundings. Bethany is a part of Autism Ontario's "Subject Matter Expert" team.
Disclaimer: Opinions reflected in this webinar are those of the speaker(s) and presenter(s), and do not necessarily reflect Autism Ontario’s views. Please note Autism Ontario does not endorse any specific therapy, product, treatment, strategy, opinions, service, or individual. We do, however, endorse your right to information. Autism Ontario strongly believes that it is important to do your own research and make your own informed decisions.