“Best CEU I’ve Ever Attended!”
We love speaking (and playing) with professionals! Contact us for availability and to learn more about how we can support your staff and colleagues with our informative and fun presentation. We will have you moving and playing while you learn strategies you can implement your very next day at work.
Here’s what people are saying about our presentations:
“You were awesome today and so was the information that you shared! You had me hanging on every word!”
“You do a great job educating multiple disciplines with a focus on community bonding.”
“I’ve been an educator for 40 years and this is the best CEU I have ever attended.”
“Wonderful examples and stories to help stick the point in my brain.”
“Thanks for providing evidenced based principles in a way I can understand and apply.”
“I’ve often known that certain things in the classroom work, but now I know WHY – thank you.”
“Great dialogue in a well established relaxed environment.”
“Energetic speakers! Love the research and fidgets shared!”
Courses offered that we can tailor to fit your needs include:
Bringing Back Play
Passionate about PLAY? Want to learn more about how it is changing, why it matters, how purposeful play can be practical for intervention?
Top 10 Roadblocks to Natural Development
When children are given the opportunity to move and explore in natural ways, they develop as they should, correct? Often times there are roadblocks that get in the way of natural child development. We highlight those roadblocks and often solutions for them.
Getting Started In Early Intervention
So you think you’d like to work in Early Intervention? The EI setting is an excellent fit for the therapist that likes to work directly and intimately with families in a coaching model and who likes to be creative and resourceful in daily interventions. In this course, seasoned early intervention therapists will walk you through all you need to know to start or enhance an existing successful career in early intervention.
Closing the Gap: Advocating for Brain-Based Learning
In this lecture, participants will obtain a thorough understanding of how brain based, movement, and sensory-rich learning affects positive outcomes for children. Research and theory will be shared.
Sensory and Brain Based Learning in Schools
In this lecture, participants will review understanding of how brain based, movement, and sensory rich learning affects positive outcomes for children (shared in Part 1 of this lecture series) while taking away practical suggestions to support their communities with research proven tactics that enhance education and learning.