12. Imitation as a foundation for Action and Social Connection
Spirited Conversations: Engaging and Elevating Pediatric OT
by coryjohnston
10M ago
This episode we explore the neurological and developmental concept of imitation. We dive into how it unfolds developmentally in a social context and how it support the process of praxis. We even get into the concept of ‘perfectionism’ and one of the ways that can be unpacked clinically. Here are the wonderful people we referenced in this episode for you to explore further as you like! Malinda Carpenter ,https://doi.org/10.1111/cdep.12006 ,https://doi.org/10.1016/S0163-6383(98)90009-1 Andy Meltzoff and Keith Moore doi: ,10.1002/(SICI)1099-0917(199709/12)6:3/43.0.CO;2-R doi: ,,10.1037/0012-1649 ..read more
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7. Treatment and Sensory Modulation
Spirited Conversations: Engaging and Elevating Pediatric OT
by coryjohnston
11M ago
This episode we work to put the concepts from the last two episodes together with a clinical case. We mention the DIR (Developmental, Individual-difference, Relationship-based) model and Sensory Integration a few times during this episode. You can find out more about each of those below: DIR https://www.icdl.com/dir https://profectum.org Sensory Integration https://www.cl-asi.org Enjoy ..read more
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8. Regulation and Reciprocity - Go Slow to Go Fast
Spirited Conversations: Engaging and Elevating Pediatric OT
by coryjohnston
11M ago
We are back and moving our conversation into the realm of social-emotional development. If you haven’t heard episode 7 it will be helpful to go back and listen as we spend time in parts of this episode reflecting on the same case and how treatment changed. We don’t specifically reference a number of key researchers in our discussion, but deeply want to honour and respect the work these wonderful people have contributed to this field. So we have included their names for you here: Dr. Stanley Greenspan and Dr. Serena Wieder Dr. Edward Tronick Dr. Dan Siegal Dr. Daniel Stern We also make refer ..read more
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5. Sensory Modulation: Part 1.
Spirited Conversations: Engaging and Elevating Pediatric OT
by coryjohnston
11M ago
Now this is exciting! Get ready to dive into discussing sensory modulation, a very unique and incredibly important topic. We use the following hand out to help guide our thinking. Here are the references for this episode If anyone is looking to follow up on their readings on a range of topics. Dan Siegel www.DrDanSiegel.Info Seigel, D. J. (2015). The Developing Mind: How relationships and the Brain Interact and Shape Who We Are. 3rd Ed. Guildford Press. Siegel, D. J., & Payne Bryson, T. (2011). The whole-brain child: 12 revolutionary strategies to nurture your child's developing mind. Ba ..read more
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6. Sensory Modulation: Part 2
Spirited Conversations: Engaging and Elevating Pediatric OT
by coryjohnston
11M ago
These two Modulation episodes are packed full!! Definitely don't skip this one, it's filled with gold. The handout from episode 5 continues in episode 6 so here it is again if you want to use it to reference. Here are some of the very intelligent people we mention throughout this episode. Bruce Perry - Neurosequential Model of Therapeutics https://www.neurosequential.com/nmt Dan Hughes - http://www.danielhughes.org Deb Dana - https://www.rhythmofregulation.com Stephen Porges - https://www.stephenporges.com Jane Koomar, OT, SAFE Place Model - https://ddpnetwork.org/library/safe-place-parentin ..read more
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4. Sensory Discrimination for Skilfulness
Spirited Conversations: Engaging and Elevating Pediatric OT
by coryjohnston
11M ago
Check out the list of references we mentioned in this episode below. There is also a handout if visuals help you learn. Happy Days! Bundy, A.C & Lane, S. 2020. Sensory Integration Theory and Practice. 3rd Ed. F.A. Davis Company. Kandel, E. Schwartz, J. Jessell, T. Siegelbaum, S. Hudspeth, A. 2021. Principles of Neural Science. 6th Edition. The McGraw-Hill Companies Inc. Ayres, A. , Jean, & Robbins, J. (2005). Sensory Integration and the Child. Western Psychological Services ..read more
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2. Why Posture Matters
Spirited Conversations: Engaging and Elevating Pediatric OT
by coryjohnston
11M ago
Feel free to download the postural diagram below for reference throughout this episode. Other Books/Resources Mentioned: A. Jean Ayres, 1972. Sensory Integration and Learning Disorders. Chapter 6: Postural Control. Western Psychological Services. A. Bundy., & Shelly J Lane. 2020. Sensory Integration Theory and Practice, 3rd Ed ..read more
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3. The power of praxis.
Spirited Conversations: Engaging and Elevating Pediatric OT
by coryjohnston
11M ago
Today we talk through the process of praxis! Listen in as Tracy helps us try to make sense of this complicated and incredible concept. Here is the visual we used to guide our thinking during this episode: Other Resources Mentioned: Dr S.S. Gubbay. 1975. The Clumsy Child: A Study of Developmental Apraxic and Agnosic Ataxia. In Major Problems in Neurology, Vol 5. W.B. Saunders Co Teresa May-Benson Bundy, A.C & Lane, S. 2020. Sensory Integration Theory and Practice 3rd Edition. F.A. Davis Company. Chapter 5 Praxis and Dyspraxia and; Chapter 8 Assessment of Sensory Integration Functions Usi ..read more
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1. Our Stories and Why We’re Here.
Spirited Conversations: Engaging and Elevating Pediatric OT
by coryjohnston
11M ago
Our first episode, and our reason for embarking on this journey. List of books/resources mentioned: Gilfoyle. E., Grady, A. & Moore, J. 1981. Children Adapt. Mattingly, C. & Flemming, MH. 1994. Clinical Reasoning: Forms of Inquiry in a Therapeutic Practice. Stackhouse, T.M., Trunnel, S.L. & Wilbarger, J.L. 1997. STEP-SI: A Clinical Reasoning Tool. Stackhouse, T.M The SpIRiT Of Paediatric OT. A Sensory Processing / Integration Reasoning Integration Tool. Tracy’s Honourable Mentions: Elnora Gilfoyle William T. Greenough (Bill Greenough ..read more
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11. Executive Functions Continued
Spirited Conversations: Engaging and Elevating Pediatric OT
by coryjohnston
11M ago
This episode continues on from the previous episode in regards to executive functions and the mind map from episode 10 will continue to serve you if you are a visual learner. We have re attached it here for ease of access. Enjoy ..read more
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