Robyn Otty – At an Impasse? Reduce the Likelihood of Escalating Behaviors Using A Sensory Framework
- Robyn Otty
- 2 Hours
- Audio and Video
- Jul 27, 2018
Are you looking for a better way to manage challenging behaviors? From aggression to self-injury, these challenging behaviors often impede the therapeutic process. Learn to identify patterns and determine sensory related components that influence specific behaviors. Review relevant and intriguing case studies with Robyn Otty, OTD, OTR/L, Med, BCPR, as she guides you through sensory integration framework so you can build a roadmap to success.
|Manual – At an Impasse? (0.76 MB)||28 Pages||Available after Purchase|
Neurological Sources to Sensory & Behavior Challenges
- Is it sensory or behavior?
- Dunn’s Model of Self-Regulation and neurological development
- Case study
Influence Challenging Behaviors Through a Pro-active Sensory Approach
- Strategies to track and determine a pattern to the behaviors both from a sensory and behavioral framework
- Case study
Strategies to Reduce Likelihood of Patient Escalation & Other Challenging Behaviors
- Understand how environments and clinician approach can provoke challenging behaviors
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Robyn Otty, OTD, MEd, OTR/L, BCPR, is the interim program director and associate professor at Touro University Nevada’s College Health and Human Services, School of Occupational Therapy. As a practicing clinician for 24 years, and ten years as a professional educator, she possesses a wealth of physical rehabilitation experience within multiple areas of practice.
She received her Board Certification in Physical Rehabilitation in 2012 from AOTA, clinical doctorate (OTD) from Loma Linda University in 2010, Master of Education for Touro University Nevada in 2007, and Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from San Jose State in 1994. Current research interests include using evidence-supported cognitive approaches to improve motor control for adolescents diagnosed with high functioning autism spectrum disorder.
Financial: Robyn Otty is an associate professor at Touro University Nevada; and assistant professor at Maryville University. She receives a speaking honorarium from PESI, Inc.
Non-financial: Robyn Otty is a member of the American Occupational Therapy Association; and the Occupational Therapy Association of California.