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Rural West District May 2021 Meeting: Zones of Regulation- Tips and Tricks for all settings
Monday, May 24, 2021, 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM CDT
Category: District Meeting

Rural West District Meeting

Presentation Topic: Zones of Regulation in Practice

Date: May 24, 2021

Time: 5:30-6pm Social, 6-7pm Presentation

Where: Samuel T. Bryant Distillery (in-person), and a GoToMeeting link (virtual) will also be available

Speakers: Kelsey Vaughn, OTD, OTR/L & Tanner Petty, OTDS

Cost to Attend: FREE for members and non-members

About the Meeting: Join the Rural West District at our first blended (in-person and virtual) meeting of 2021! Come mingle and network with occupational therapy practitioners and students at the Samuel T. Bryant Distillery on May 24, 2021! We will have heavy hors d'oeuvres available, as well as coffee with fun flavors and add-ins. The social will be held from 5:30-6pm with the presentation on Zones of Regulation in Practice from 6-7pm. This is a FREE event for members and non-members, so come join us!

Course Description: Dysregulation has disrupted many children & adults’ daily lives as a result of COVID-19. From changed routines to new mask and distancing habits, many people around us, maybe even us ourselves, are not functioning at our best. The Zones of Regulation™ curriculum is a “systematic, cognitive-behavioral approach used to teach us how to regulate our feelings, energy and sensory needs in order to meet the demands of the situation around us and be successful socially” that was developed by Leah Kuypers, an occupational therapist. The Zones of Regulation™ curriculum can be applied to all populations and all settings. This presentation is a glimpse into how to apply this self-regulation tool into your practice.

Course Objectives:

1. Learners will distinguish the Zones of Regulation and their characteristics.

2. Learners will analyze Zones examples to determine strategies for regulation.

3. Learners will apply Zones of Regulation strategies to a treatment plan for their population/setting.

*This session will not be recorded.

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