Carrie Lippincott, Pediatric O.T
What is dysgraphia and what are its characteristics?
How common is it?
How dysgraphia fits into the larger field of children with written language problems (including dyslexia)
Treatment strategies for parents and teachers
Accommodations for dysgraphia.
About the presenter: Carrie Lippincott has been working as an Occupational Therapist for more than 25 years. She feels passionate about working with children in light of her personal struggles with writing during her own childhood. Carrie's handouts on fine motor skills and other topics available on the internet have been widely used around the world in schools, clinics and homes to support normal child development. Carrie's work has been published in "Developmental Foundations of Pediatric Practice for the OT Assistant." Carrie is proficient in a wide range of interventions within the field of occupational therapy, including working with children with sensory processing disorders.
Teachers Earn 2 Professional Development Units FREE! No additional paperwork necessary - certificates will be distributed at event.
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A special thank you to ORBIDA for partnering with us on this event.