What are sensory rooms?Sensory rooms are designed to "both calm and stimulate the senses" in children with special needs. Occupational Therapist, Carol Cantu says that … Continue Reading about Sensory Rooms: Using sensory rooms to help children with special needs (Part 1 of 2)
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The presentation will review evidence-based approaches to post-secondary transition for students living with social, communication, and learning challenges. Aaron Rakow, Chief Executive Officer will present the webinar. Aaron is a clinical psychologist and co-founder of College Steps. He has devoted his career to improving educational accessibility for students living with disabilities across a variety of categories.
In addition to his role at College Steps, Aaron is also an Assistant Professor within the Department of Psychiatry at Georgetown University and co-founded and manages InSite Solutions, school-based mental health consulting and direct service non-profit serving communities of poverty in Washington, DC. Collectively, Aaron has fifteen years of experience working within the behavioral health field including at the National Institutes of Mental Health, Children’s National Health System, The Medical University of South Carolina and the University of Vermont.
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