This course takes place over 2 Saturdays.
The combined Introductory and Basics course delves into the foundations upon which the HANDLE philosophy and clinical services stand and application of these concepts to daily function at home, at work, at school, and in the community. These concepts are further explored in relation to neurodevelopmental systems in the unique, interdependent hierarchy envisioned by Judith Bluestone, originator of HANDLE.
These neurodevelopmental systems are taught in relation to normal and disrupted development, normal and disrupted system functions, and interaction between systems. The course explores how irregularities in neurodevelopmental systems relate to perplexing behaviors and dysfunction, and offers activities, strategies and compensations to reduce stress and improve function.
Eleven activities are explored in detail, focusing on application for different ages, capabilities, developmental stages and needs.
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Please contact Instructors for details at: firstname.lastname@example.org
P.O. Box 75144
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