Sensory PDX: Sensory Processing Disorder and Its Effects on the Family

Learning to attune to your child’s sensory differences (and your own) is the first step in understanding your out-of-sync child. Please join Lisa Porter, MOT, OTR/L as she discusses the basics of Sensory Processing Disorder, SPD, its components and subcategories, and how they may impact your child’s function and family dynamic.

This lecture will include:

  • Complicated and dynamic systems involved in your
    child’s behaviors
  • The importance of relationship and co-regulation
  • The effects of a child’s sensory processing challenges on
    the family

Lisa, the owner/director of Sensory KIDS, is certified in Sensory Integration, Integrated Listening Systems, SOS Feeding
Approach and DIR/Floortime. She is working towards a Ph.D. in pediatric science at Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions and is mentored by Drs. Lucy J. Miller and Sarah Schoen at Denver’s SPD Foundation, as well as being on faculty there.

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Register online

Search by class name for “Sensory PDX–Sensory Processing Disorder–Portland.” To register by phone, call 503-215-2429 or 800-833-8899 ext 52429. Spanish registration and interpretation services are
available; please call 503-574-6595 before October 1.

For more information about Sensory PDX, please email.