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Integrating Movement with Learning: Sensory Processing and Neuron-Do® Martial Arts How and why can movement improve learning?

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Add to Calendar 07-02-2013 07-02-2013 15 Integrating Movement with Learning: Sensory Processing and Neuron-Do® Martial Arts How and why can movement improve learning? Terri R. Epstein, an occupational therapist with a specialty in sensory integration, will explain sensory processing and the importance of sensory regulation for learning. She will discuss and demonstrate techniques that help regulate a child physically and ways to incorporate the concept of a "sensory diet" throughout the day -- at home and at school -- to allow children to be more present and available for learning. Dr. Douglas DeMassa will discuss how his brain-based martial art, Neuron-Do®, integrates physical movement with learning to help students improve attention, endurance, short-term memory skills, impulse control, time-on-task, visual tracking, balance, coordination, and self-confidence. http://www.nymetroparents.com/2015neweventinfo.cfm?id=126798 Norwalk City Hall true DD/MM/YYYY

February 07, 2013
7-9pm
Norwalk City Hall
Norwalk
Adult
Description: Terri R. Epstein, an occupational therapist with a specialty in sensory integration, will explain sensory processing and the importance of sensory regulation for learning. She will discuss and demonstrate techniques that help regulate a child physically and ways to incorporate the concept of a "sensory diet" throughout the day -- at home and at school -- to allow children to be more present and available for learning. Dr. Douglas DeMassa will discuss how his brain-based martial art, Neuron-Do®, integrates physical movement with learning to help students improve attention, endurance, short-term memory skills, impulse control, time-on-task, visual tracking, balance, coordination, and self-confidence.

Address: 125 East Ave.
Norwalk, CT 06850
Phone: 203-761-0680
Website: spednetwilton.org

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