Brain and Sensory Foundations, Second Level, Pilot Course_May-June,2017

Welcome to the Pilot Course!

I am thrilled to be taking this journey with you soon! Many Thanks for your participation in this endeavor.

 

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Learn tools for overcoming sensory issues
Be inspired by profound and measurable results


Learn in-depth, extensive tools to facilitate effective 
neuro-sensory-reflex movement programs for all ages.

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Watch children & clients transform!

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In this course, we focus on integrating reflexes with tools from a wide variety of neurodevelopmental movement methods. We learn simple movements that give children the foundation for learning, emotional maturity, speech, language, social skills, physical strength and upright posture. The movements are ideal for teens and adults as well.

This training course is excellent for OTs, OTAs, PTs, PTAs, SLPs, vision therapists, educators, parents, health care providers, social workers, mental health, addiction and family counselors, yoga therapists, caregivers and anyone interested in neurodevelopmental movements for optional functioning. This course is introductory and does not require pre-requisites or special training to attend.

Questions about the course can be emailed to Sonia Story, throughout the length of the course.

 AOTA CEUs to be determined

 

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You will learn...

• Reflex Integration Protocols for these primitive and postural reflexes: Spinal Perez, Landau, Amphibian, Crossed-Extensor Reflex, Parachute, Pull to Sit, Foot Tendon Guard, Facial-Oral reflexes, plus extra help for ATNR, Babinski and Fear Paralysis Reflex.

• Outstanding sensory integration tools.
• Why infant movements build learning, sensory processing, social-emotional skills, speech and balance.
• Movements and games for integrating key infant reflexes, plus a special section on Bonding.
• Innate Infant rhythmic movements for brain maturity.
• Movements for reducing stress, trauma and anxiety.

Brain and Sensory Foundations tools are effective for helping with: 

  • • ADD/ADHD

  • • Poor sensory processing

  • • Autism, anxiety, Aspergers

  • • Poor sensory processing

  • • Poor balance, coordination, gait

  • • Intense emotional outbursts

  • • Learning challenges

  • • Developmental delays

  • • Speech delays, selective mutism

  • • Poor muscle tone

  • • Stress, trauma/PTSD

  • • Sleep challenges

  • • Stroke and TBI

 


Registration Dates:

Register by May 1, 2017

Program Access: Lifetime updates, as long as the technology keeps working!

Course Assignments for CEUs Due: On or before July 17, 2017

Course Tuition: $197 per individual 

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Full Course Fee due upon registration.


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Our  Guarantee: If you are not satisfied for any reason, return all course materials to PO Box 676, Chimacum, WA 98325, along with your refund request within 30 days of your registration for a full refund. Course materials must be unused and in good condition to receive full refund.


Course Content

Course Objectives: To view Click here

Course Syllabus: Coming Soon

Assessments and Requirements

For those taking this course for continuing education credits and/or a certificate, the following steps are required.

  1. Attend or view all sessions for the full duration of the training.
  2. Complete a multiple choice exam with a score of 75% or higher.
  3. Actively participate in learning the movements experientially and record the experience in brief journal entries to be submitted in Word format to Sonia Story via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Journal entries are evaluated by Instructor and feedback is sent to Learner as confirmation of satisfactory completion.
  4. Complete an online end-of-course evaluation survey.
  5. Students are also expected to read all course handouts in addition to course manual and send in feedback no later than July 17th, 2017.

*Live, Online Q & A Sessions

Questions about the course can be asked by emailing to Sonia Story, at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. throughout the length of the course. Or questions can be asked through Chat with live, online responses as long as you agree that your questions may be recorded and shared with Brain and Sensory Foundations student community. Students will be sent emails to access live, online Q & A sessions if there is a need for Q & A beyond the live, online course sessions.

Students must check email for updates on Live Q & A sessions. These sessions are helpful, but not mandatory for CEUs. When available, recordings of the Live Q & A sessions are sent to all students.

Technical Requirements IMPORTANT

Internet Connection is required using a PC, Laptop or Mac computer to access the NewRow online learning platform. Online programs may be viewable on mobile devices, tablets or cell phones, via use of a free NewRow app. To download the app from your regular app provider, search, 'newrow'. 

To check your computer or device for proper set up, Click here for Notes on the NewRow Technology.

Instructional Methods

  • • Lecture
  • • Training manual
  • • PowerPoint presentation
  • • Video demonstration
  • • Independent experiential lab practice doing neurodevelopmental movement
  • • Sharing of experience among students
  • • Questions and answers

 

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About the Instructor

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Sonia Story trained directly with psychiatrist Harald Blomberg, MD, and kinesiologist Moira Dempsey, authors of the book, Movements That Heal. She has also learned from mentors Jon Bredal, Bonnie Brandes, Svetlana Masgutova, Bill Hubert and many other leaders in integrative movement.

Sonia synthesizes numerous methods of Reflex Integration and has further training in Developmental Movement, QRI, MNRI, Bal-A-Vis-X, Brain Gym, Nonviolent Communication and Storytelling with Children. In addition to teaching, Sonia has a private practice and has worked as a special topics trainer for foster parents in Washington state. For more information about Sonia Story, click here.

 

COURSE SPONSOR: Move Play Thrive, PO Box 676, Chimacum, WA 98325, For more information contact Sonia Story, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

In the event of cancellation by sponsor, all tuition fees are refunded in full. Student registration cancelled within seven days of start date may not receive refund. Full attendance and participation is required to receive certificate. For professionals other than OTs, check with your professional licensing agency regarding CEUs.

Any educational aids and materials sold during or after this training may involve a minimal proprietary interest on the part of the Instructor and/or Move Play Thrive.

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Please let us know if you have a special needs request for attendance in this training course. Though we cannot guarantee that we can provide every special needs accomodation, we will do our best to facilitate special needs.


**The assignment of AOTA CEUs does not imply endorsement of specific course content, products, or clinical procedures by AOTA. AOTA Classification Codes that apply to this training course:

  • Domain of OT-Performance Skills
  • Domain of OT-Client Factors
  • Domain of OT-Activity Demands

Disclosure: Sonia Story, instructor for the Brain and Sensory Foundations course, does not have any relevant financial or relevant non-financial relationships to disclose and has no potential conflicts of interest in presenting this material. Instructor receives compensation via Brain and Sensory Support Co. for conducting course.

 


Disclaimer: Consult with your health care provider if you have questions about doing movement. Nothing in this webinar or any other content by Sonia Story, should be interpreted as medical advice.

 

Location Online, must have access to internet connection, ethernet cord is prefered over wireless connection
Contact Sonia Story, Phone: 360.732.4356, Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

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