The role of Occupational Therapy in improving learning and behavior

Shannon Schlotman will explain how occupational therapy, sensory processing, and sensory motor skills can help build a foundation for developing learning and behavior regulation. She will also review some guidelines for creating an environment where children can experience success and reach their potential.



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Shannon Schlotman
Shannon Schlotman, MS, OTR/L is a licensed Occupational Therapist with over 14 years of experience working in pediatrics. She is currently the clinical supervisor at School Options, a private clinic in San Diego, California (www.schooloptionssandiego.com/). Shannon specializes in working with children with sensory processing and sensory motor challenges and with various degrees of learning difficulties and behavioral challenges. In providing comprehensive evaluations, fun and effective treatment, and collaborative consultation to parents, caregivers, and school personnel, Shannon has been able to positively impact the lives of hundreds of children and their families.

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