FOCUS! Skills and Strategies to Improve Attention

(previously called "Pay Attention")

6 hour course

You can request that this course be presented privately in YOUR state!.  


This course is available as an ON DEMAND WEBINAR for ONLY $150

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 Every year there seems to be an increase in students with attention and behavior issues. There can be various underlying causes. This resource-filled, 6-hour course explains how improving basic developmental skills can significantly impact attention and motor skills. Topics covered include (1) explanations and strategies for visual perception; (2) a screening process, compensation techniques, and exercises for retained primitive reflexes; (3) classroom implementation strategies for the sensory system; and (4) the use of technology compensation techniques, including the use of iPads. Overall, an abundance of strategies are provided, including over 50 apps, that you can use the very next day!


Workshop Highlights

  • Visual Perception and it's affect on learning and attention!  The 3 components of vision will be explained and activities and strategies will be provided

  • 5 common Primitive Reflexes will be explained. You will learn a quick screening process, compensation technique, and exercise for each one!  

  • Sensory strategies for whole classrooms will be provided!  Learn how to find or make inexpensive tools for the classroom or home!

  • Technology can be used to compensate for delayed areas and/or to motivate students!  Apps for behavior, sensory, visual perception, organization, fine motor, and handwriting compensation will be explained and demonstrated! In addition Google Chrome apps and extensions and iPad accessibility features will be explained!

  • Kim Wiggins is nationally known for providing an ABUNDANCE of RESOURCES throughout her courses!  You will start learning strategies within the first 15 minutes of the course!  


Workshop Learning Objectives

  1. Describe visual perception strategies and exercises that can be done anywhere.

  2. Explain the primitive reflexes screening process for MORO, TLR, ATNR, spinal galant, and STNR.

  3. Provide compensation techniques for retained reflexes.

  4. Identify a treatment exercise for five most common reflexes.

  5. Utilize inexpensive sensory techniques for the classroom.

  6. Describe movement breaks to implement in classroom settings.

  7. Utilize effective strategies for using classroom mobile devices to gain and maintain attention spans.

  8. List three apps that can be used to compensate for poor handwriting skills. 


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