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Children with ADHD and Self-Regulation Challenges – Webinar

May 21 @ 7:00 am - 2:00 pm MST

Children face many challenges today. These challenges are continually changing in our world, affecting learning, gross and fine motor development, and problem-solving skills. Understanding the mind-body connection and the relationship between learning and movement is crucial for improving a child’s school performance and functional abilities. Children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), self- regulation, sensory processing, and stress-related disorders face even greater challenges. A clear understanding of the specific brain differences with these disorders and their implications is essential for successful interventions.

This new, one-day workshop will teach participants to improve brain function as it relates to learning in children with sensory challenges. Drawing upon the most up-to-date brain research, this workshop will provide a thorough understanding of the brain’s impact on a child’s success. Participants will learn the significance of the mind-body connection, and how to set up brain neurochemistry for the most effective learning and best performance. Participants will leave this workshop with strategies that can be implemented immediately in the classroom and therapy settings.

*Hands on lab will be modified for Web based delivery formats into recorded demonstrations


  • Over 50 activities and movement breaks that improve self regulation and behavior
  • Effective therapeutic interventions for ADHD and sensory processing challenges
  • Yoga techniques to increase attention and mindfulness
  • Utilize play-based strategies, movement, and breath to improve success in school, home, and therapy settings
  • Strengthen mind-body connections for better self-awareness and behavior
  • Therapeutic activities to cultivate social skills


May 21
7:00 am - 2:00 pm
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