Occupational therapist Britt Collins takes us through a host of activities of daily living (ADL's) with several children.
Parents and caregivers often find themselves at a loss when children have difficulty adapting or adjusting to ADL's, such as - eating, dressing, bathing, bed-time, and brushing teeth. Britt demonstrates several sensory regulation strategies with the children that facilitate a balance to these everyday tasks. This DVD addresses sensory strategies that children and caregivers will appreciate and learn to value.
... Rachel Hunter Intro
... Starting the Day
... Individual Sensory Needs
... Fine Motor
... Gross Motor
... Organization of Behavior
... Aquatic Therapy Storytime with Rachel Hunter
... Additional Information from Britt Collins
Since graduating from Colorado State University with a masters degree in Occupational Therapy, Britt has practiced in a variety of settings including sensory integration clinics, schools, homes, rehabilitation, and skilled nursing facilities. Britt honed her occupational therapist skills at a pediatric clinic in Tarzana, California prior to working for Pedia Staff in the Battle Ground, Washington, school district where she oversaw two elementary schools and a middle school.
Britt has mainly focused her career as an OT on sensory integration and how this affects children with various special needs, such as autism, ADHD, Sensory Dysfunction and more. She is a member of The American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA).
90 minutes. 2008. English w/ Spanish Subtitles