Interdisciplinary Collaboration for Sensory Processing Differences in the Pediatric Population

1.0 hours. This presentation will provide occupational therapy practitioners the opportunity to learn about interdisciplinary collaboration. Specifically, it will focus on sensory processing differences which affect progress in speech and physical therapy as well as best practices for interdisciplinary collaboration. Attendees will be provided examples of successful interdisciplinary collaboration from an outpatient pediatric clinic setting. In addition, they will be provided the opportunity to discuss examples and techniques for interdisciplinary collaboration with other occupational therapy practitioners across the state.

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