Making Sense of Your Senses

Many of the symptoms associated with ADHD/ADD, ODD, RAD, PTSD, etc. can be attributed to sensory processing difficulties. Sensory Processing is how we view and experience the world and take in information through our internal and external senses. Adverse experiences in early childhood can make taking in information through our bodies much more difficult. This workshop will allow the attendee an opportunity to learn the basic tenants of sensory processing and experience through hands-on activities and learn new ways to help your child meet their sensory needs in the home and school settings.

Webinar length: 120 minutes
Origninal webinar date: October 26, 2017

Meghan Nagle is a passionate and skillful social worker who has established herself in her work with families and children from hard places. She is currently employed by Three Rivers Adoption Council as a Family Therapist in Pittsburgh, PA. She holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Social Work from Gannon University and her Master of Social Work Degree from the University of Pittsburgh. Ms. Nagle has conducted and presented research regarding youth with disabilities in the child welfare system at both the state and local level. During her time at TRAC, she has presented at local, state, national and international forums on a variety of topics including: trauma, attachment, child development, neurobiology, international adoption and matters regarding youth in care and child permanency.

Kelly Ryan-Schmidt is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who is currently employed as the Family Connections Post-Permanency Supervisor by Three Rivers Adoption Council in Pittsburgh, PA. Kelly specializes in post-permanency therapy for children and families. She also sees outpatient and child preparation clients. She has been working in the fields of Adoption, Foster Care and Mental Health since 2001. Kelly has presented at numerous local, statewide, and national conferences. She was previously employed as an Adjunct Faculty in The University of Pittsburgh’s School of Social Work. She is also an adoptive parent of four children from the foster care system.

This course is only available to NCFA Members. If you are an NCFA member and logged in with your NCFA credentials, you can click on the session below to get started. If you need help logging in, please contact Amy Wolfe (awolfe@adoptioncouncil.org).

Course Details

Prerecorded Webinar
Sensory Processing Theory and Solutions
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