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SBP Summit - The School-Based Practitioners Summit

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Hilton Columbus at Easton

3900 Chagrin Drive

Columbus, OH 43219

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The Ohio School Health Services Association's SBP Summit provides area OT's, PT's SLP's and school based special education professionals with a two-day conference on August 6th-7th, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio at the Columbus Hilton at Easton. This conference will include expert speakers and presenters as well as the opportunity to earn up to 12 CEUs allowing participants to fulfill the requirements of continuing education. https://www.oshsa.org/sbps


-Day 1-

8:00-8:05 Welcome by Cheryl VanHoose, PT, MHS

8:05-8:35 Kim Monnachino, EdD,. Director OEC: ODE/OEC Update

8:35-9:00 Amanda Young, Inclusion Keynote Speaker: Someone Worth Fighting For: From the Outside Looking In

9:15-11:15 Shelley Mannell, PT: Every Motor Event Is a Sensory Event First: Anxiety, Emotional Regulation and Postural Control.

11:30-12:15 Lunch Provided with Registration: Comments/Announcements by Mike Collins, Executive Director, OSHSA

*These first 5 items are included in registration for all.

Options: Day 1, Session 2 - CHOOSE ONE

12:15-2:15

~Kim Wiggins, OTR/L: Visual Skills and Impact on Learning

~Nisha Sanghvi, OTR/L: Technology: A Tool to Facilitate Learning and Development

~Amy Pratt, MPT & Carla Hammond, MPT: Roll With It! – Maximizing the Space & Equipment Available to Create Amazing Goal Oriented Treatment Sessions

~Rachel Schultz, M.A.: Making Sense out of Accessibility: How to Increase Access for all Students.

Students are confronted with many types of learning materials during the school day. For some students with disabilities those materials may not be accessible. Come join this engaging BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) session (or watch if you like) to learn how to create accessible books using multimedia platforms (PowerPoint and GoogleSlides) and accessible worksheets using word processing programs (Microsoft Word or GoogleDocs). Help your students have the access they need! Handouts will be provided for reference. Note: to participate hands-on you must have PowerPoint or Microsoft Word loaded on your device. Internet access is not provided, so the Google Suite products will be demonstration only.

Objectives:

Attendees will be able to:

  • Create and adapt a simple accessible book that can be used for students with a variety of needs.

  • Create and adapt an accessible worksheet that can be used for students with a variety of needs.

  • Identify three student needs that can be supported by the accessibility features provided in the worksheet and multimedia presentation.

  • List 3 reasons why accessibility of learning materials is important.

~Tim Callahan, PsyD.: The Brain Paradigm

~Missy Craddock, Executive Director of OT/PT/AT Board, Jennifer Wissinger, PT Section & Beth Ball, OT Section: OT/PT Board Update

~Susan Aebker, DHS, OTR/L & Lisa Combs, M.A. Special Ed, CAS: Collaborative
Teaming to Support Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders

Options: Day 1, Session 3 - CHOOSE ONE

2:30-4:30

~Nisha Sanghvi, OTR/L: Digging Deep: Getting to the Root of Anxiety & Behavioral Challenges - Building Strategies for Everyday Success

~Kim Wiggins, OTR/L: Sloppy Handwriting

~Jan Rogers, MS, OTR/L, ATP, Heather Bridgman, ATP, Mary Jo Wendling, OT: App Smackdown for Curriculum and School Access

~Tim Callahan, PsyD.: Creating & Sustaining Trauma-Informed Schools

~Jenelle Robertson, MPT: SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR THE SCHOOL THERAPIST: How to thrive as a medical professional in an educational setting

4:30-6:00

~Live Music Reception with University Poster Presentations, Food and Beverages *Included in Registration

Options: Day 2, Session 1 - CHOOSE ONE

8:00-10:00

~Eithne Ellis, OTR/L: The Decoste Handwriting Protocol *All-day session*

~Eileen Richter, MPH, OTR/L, FAOTA: Using Gravity to Facilitate Sensory Motor Development in Infants and Children-- Along with other treatment strategies, gravity can be used by therapists to enhance development, especially in the areas of sensory motor processing, reflex integration and motor coordination. A variety of intervention strategies that engage vestibular mechanisms and take advantage of gravitational influences, including some innovative equipment, will be discussed and demonstrated via labs and video

~Therese Willkomm, PhD, ATP: Making Assistive Technology Solutions in Minutes-A Make and Take Workshop *All-day course. Limited to 140 participants, equipment required $50 charge*

~Shelley Mannell, PT: Reflexes, Reactions and Beyond: A Dynamic Systems Primer on Postural Control *All-day session. Limited to 35 participants, equipment required*

~Mark Smith, CPM, MPA, & Cheryl VanHoose, PT, MHS: Medicaid Schools Program (MSP): Paradigm Shifts to Actively Facilitate a More Effective System

~Kim Wiggins, OTR/L: Promoting Collaboration in Schools

~Nisha Sanghvi, OTR.L: Executive Function

~Amy Pratt, MPT & Carla Hammond, MPT: Roll With It! Maximizing the Space & Equipment Available to Create Amazing Goal-Oriented Treatment Sessions

Options: Day 2, Session 2 - CHOOSE ONE

10:20-12:20

~Eithne Ellis, OT: The DeCoste Handwriting Protocol *All-day session*

~Therese Willkomm, PhD, ATP: Making Assistive Technology Solutions in Minutes-A Make and Take Workshop *All-day session. Limited to 140 participants, equipment required*

~Eileen Richter, MPH, OTR/L, FAOTA: Using Gravity to Facilitate Sensory Motor Development in Infants and Children *All-day session: limited to 50 participants, equipment required*

~Shelley Mannell, PT: Reflexes, Reactions and Beyond: A Dynamic Systems Primer on Postural Control *All-day session. Limited to 35 participants, equipment required*

~Mark Smith, Lesley Scott-Charlton: MSP Panel Discussion

~Nisha Sanghvi, OTR/L: The Journey for Children and Families – Building Trust & Using Effective Communication

~Kim Wiggins, OTR/L: Integrating Primitive Reflexes to Improve School Function

~Michelle Kyle, PT & Briana Sheets, OTR/L: Diving Into Alphabet Soup: IEP/ETR form Changes and Effective Goal Writing

12:30-1:30 Lunch Provided with Registration: Comments/Announcements by Stephanie Siddens, Senior Executive Director, Center for Curriculum and Assessment at ODE

Options: Day 2, session 3 - CHOOSE ONE

1:30-3:30

~Eithne Ellis, OT: The DeCoste Handwriting Protocol *All-day session*

~Therese Willkomm, PhD, ATP: Making Assistive Technology Solutions in Minutes-A Make and Take Workshop *limited to 140 participants, equipment required*

~Eileen Richter, MPH, OTR/L, FAOTA: Using Gravity to Facilitate Sensory Motor Development in Infants and Children *All-day session: limited to 50 participants, equipment required*

~Shelley Mannell, PT: Reflexes, Reactions and Beyond: A Dynamic Systems Primer on Postural Control *All-day session. Limited to 35 participants, equipment required*

~Kim Wiggins, OTR/L: Using Chrome Books in Special Education

~Nisha Sanghvi, OTR/L: Foundational Skills for Handwriting Success

~Amy Keller, MS, RDN, LD: More Than Just MyPlate - Nutrition and Behavior in Kids

~Jenelle Robertson, MPT: SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR THE SCHOOL THERAPIST: How to thrive as a medical professional in an educational setting



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