Recorded: June 3, 2021 – Self-regulation is defined as an individual’s awareness of and ability to modify their social, emotional, and sensory processing functions. This impacts the overall behavior and level of participation across activities and environments unique to the individual. This webinar will look at how assistive technology (AT) can be used to facilitate and support self-regulation skills for individuals with a variety of emotional, cognitive, and behavioral concerns across the lifespan.
- How self-regulation can positively or negatively impact function across the lifespan.
- About myths regarding self-regulation, co-regulation, and dysregulation.
- About the differences between low tech and high tech AT options and how to determine the best fit for an individual who has difficulty with self-regulation.
Hannah Pullen, COTA, graduated from Kennebec Valley Community College with her Associate in Applied Science for Occupational Therapy in 2014. Hannah is a fully licensed and certified occupational therapy assistant who has worked in the pediatric outpatient setting for 7 years. Hannah is the assistant director of therapy services at Gallant Therapy Services, and she also coordinates their AT Demo and Loan Program out of their Augusta Location. She recently received her Bachelor Degree from the University of Southern Maine in Social and Behavioral Sciences.
Products mentioned in this webinar
This posting does no imply an endorsement of any of these products.
- Smart Calming Companion
- Stop, Breathe & Think
- The Zones of Regulation