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Supporting Individuals Working with Young Children with Special Needs in Rural and Remote Areas - Module 5: Sensory Processing Differences and Self-Regulation
Autism Yukon | AIDE Canada
As part of a six-module course for individuals working with, or considering working with, young children with exceptionalities in rural, remote and Northern communities, this Module will assist learners to: • Have an understanding of the concepts of sensory processing differences and self-regulation, • Have an understanding of the influence the environment can have on children and their behaviour, and • Be able to explain and demonstrate a variety of techniques to support children in self-regulating.