With most OT’s working via Telehealth at the moment, don’t forget about the DOT(WA) Handouts! These are free and accessible to members and non-members, so you can either download one and email it to a family, or you can direct them to the website.
Note this link is for the non-members’ page, if you are logged in and want to view the members’ version, click the ‘Resources’ tab at the top of the page.
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December DOT(WA) PD & Meeting (online-only)
Date: Monday, 7th December 2020
Time: 6.30 – 8.30pm
Topic: OT Role in Self-Regulation and Behaviour Support
Presented by: Calm and Connected’s OTs
The presentation will provide an overview of the clinical reasoning tools and theories the Calm and Connected OTs frequently use when supporting the self-regulation of clients accessing behaviour support services. This includes polyvagal theory, interoception, neuroception, Stuart Shanker’s 5 Domains of Self-Regulation, Tracy Stackhouse’s 4 A’s model of Self-Regulation, STEPSI Approach, and the SPIRIT Clinical Reasoning Tool.
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Meeting ID: 859 1637 6960