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11151 Sun Center Drive Suite C

Rancho Cordova, CA 95670

Phone: 916-273-3389

Fax: 916-930-6475

Email: Info@MsRosesTheraPlace.com

© 2016 Ms. Rose's TheraPlace

Proud member of the Happy Neighborhood Project.

What's Normal? Communication Milestones

September 26, 2019

We're inviting parents and caregivers to join us as we present our third, free monthly parent workshop. This month, our topic is "What's normal? Communication Milestones." We highly encourage anyone who answers yes to the following questions to attend: Have you brought up concerns to your pediatrician and been told "Just wait and see"? Do extended family members have a hard time understanding your child? Are you looking for practical ways to increase your child's vocabulary? Does your child get frustrated when they're trying to communicate? 
 

Bring your questions and chat with our Speech-Language Pathologist! We will be discussing what typical speech and language development looks like and taking your questions.


Our workshops will be presented  by experienced Pediatric Occupational and Speech Therapists with specialized training and certification in Sensory Integration, Attachment and Childhood Trauma, SOS feeding techniques, language development and much more.

This is a free event. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.

 

FOR MORE INFO OR TO RSVP CONTACT (916) 273-3389 OR

INFO@MSROSESTHERAPLACE.COM

What's Normal for Speech & Language

August 22, 2019

We're inviting parents and caregivers to join us as we present our second, free monthly parent workshop. This month, our topic is "What's normal for speech and language?! " We highly encourage anyone who answers yes to the following questions to attend: Have you brought up concerns to your pediatrician and been told "Just wait and see"? Do extended family members have a hard time understanding your child? Are you looking for practical ways to increase your child's vocabulary? Does your child get frustrated when they're trying to communicate? 
 

Bring your questions and chat with our Speech-Language Pathologist! We will be discussing what typical speech and language development looks like and taking your questions.


Our workshops will be presented  by experienced Pediatric Occupational and Speech Therapists with specialized training and certification in Sensory Integration, Attachment and Childhood Trauma, SOS feeding techniques, language development and much more.

This is a free event. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.

 

FOR MORE INFO OR TO RSVP CONTACT (916) 273-3389 OR

INFO@MSROSESTHERAPLACE.COM

Desensitizing the Stigma: The Emotional Journey of Parenting a Child with Special Needs

July 25, 2019

We're inviting parents and caregivers to join us as we present our first, free monthly parent workshop. This workshop combines evidence-based research and practical, actionable strategies to help inform and inspire healthy dialogue about children's mental health and learning issues.

 

Participants will learn ways for mindful parenting, recognizing and stopping bullying, and strategies to take care of themselves as caregivers.

This is a wonderful chance to connect with parents and families with experiences similar to your own. You can share your personal story, or simply listen and learn.

Our workshops will be presented by experienced Pediatric Occupational and Speech Therapists with specialized training and certification in Sensory Integration, Attachment and Childhood Trauma, SOS feeding techniques, language development and much more.

This is a free event. Snacks and refreshments will be provided.

FOR MORE INFO OR TO RSVP CONTACT (916) 273-3389 OR
INFO@MSROSESTHERAPLACE.COM

Sensory Processing Disorder and Learning in Children

The rise of children with special needs in the school system continues to increase significantly.  Students with invisible and undiagnosed disorders also populate our classrooms.  The California Statewide Task Force on Special Education had recently published a report with guidelines on reforming education to meet the needs of all students.  As a result, it is crucial for teachers to be equipped with the skills to accurately identify and address the various needs of their students.  Sensory processing is a foundational skill for learning that many educators are not even aware of, yet sensory strategies may solve many classroom behaviors and needs.

This is our popular and most requested workshop! It is an interactive workshop geared towards pre-school, elementary, and higher education instructors and trainers. Participants will learn about the sensory processing needs of students, and also be guided to recognizing their own needs and how that affects the learning dynamic in a classroom. The attendees will be provided with various sensory strategies (e.g. therapy ball, theraputty, 1 legged stool, gum, etc.) to use throughout the presentation for hands-on experience.  

Ready to Write!

Over the past decade, there’s been a push for academics in pre-school.  Now with Common Core Standards, the academic standards for kindergarten teachers are even more rigorous.  As a result, more class time is focused on state standards, leaving little room to focus on basic foundation skills for writing.  As these students get older, handwriting difficulties arise in 2nd and 3rd grade, causing illegible written work and many times resistant behaviors from the students.  The best solution is to help pre-school and kindergarten teachers incorporate foundational fine motor skills into their curriculum, while continuing to make learning a fun experience!  Occupational Therapists are a fantastic resource for turning academics into a multisensory experience! This workshop also consists of workstations, where attendees have the opportunity to get hands on understanding of the strategies and have an opportunity to brainstorm ideas for their own classrooms. 

A Peek Into the World of Autism

Autism is a brain disorder that causes the brain to process the world differently. It affects over 2 million children and their families nationwide, and tens of millions of children worldwide.  The rate has significantly increased over the past decade.  In 2004, 1 out of every 125 children had Autism.  According to the CDC, as of 2014 1 out of every 68 children is identified with having Autism.  It crosses racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups.   These rates demonstrate how pervasive this disability is in our society and how we each have at least 2 degrees of separation from someone with Autism.  These children will become adults and make-up a significant percentage of our community. Autism has become a part of everyone’s vocabulary, yet how many people really know what it is? This presentation will not only provide a basic understanding of Autism, it will give attendees practical strategies to facilitate playing, successful interactions, and effective teaching strategies for someone (especially children and teens) who has it. Attendees will definitely leave knowing they have taken “a peek into the world of Autism”.

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