Life Skills 4 Kids Learning Resources for Teachers.
Teachers, are you looking for training on Sensory Processing Disorder and how it’s affecting your classroom?
Would you like to learn strategies that you can use in the classroom to improve behaviour and concentration?
Would you like to learn strategies that you can use in the classroom to improve learning outcomes?
We are very excited to announce the latest product range available at Special Needs Australia.
Occupational Therapist and Founder of Life Skills 4 Kids Deb Hopper provides a range of resources Free and Paid for Teachers and Parents.
The new product range includes Free Webinars that help teachers address Sensory Processing Issues in the classroom
If you are a teacher and you want to learn more about Sensory Processing Disorder, how it’s affecting your classroom and strategies you can put in place to support your students that are struggling then these resources are priceless.
Deb has taken her 20 years’ experience as an Occupational Therapist and created programs for teachers. The programs are provided in a format that allows teachers to learn effectively without taking up too much time.
Deb understands how busy teachers are and that’s why her programs are well thought out and easy to implement into your daily classroom routine. Deb is extremely passionate about this topic and it really shows in her training programs.
Always thinking about children first Deb works hard to help improve the quality of life for children living with SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder) by raising awareness and teaching strategies to teachers, parents and careers.
Teachers, you can enjoy a range of resources including the free webinar Identifying Sensory Issues that Impact Learning in the Classroom
And the 20 Day Classroom Detox which contributes 10 hours of NESA Registered PD. This 4-week online program for primary school teachers has been professionally designed to deliver fresh ideas to your inbox each weekday. Plus, you receive a workbook to guide you through the process of detoxing your classroom.
More about Deb Hopper,
As an Occupational Therapist practising in Forster on the beautiful Mid North Coast of NSW, Deb is truly passionate about helping children overcome sensory and emotional issues and empowering their families to deal with the stresses of their day-to-day lives.
Deb’s professional career has been varied. Deb started working as an Occupational Therapist in Forensic Mental Health and the Melbourne Assessment Prison, to mental health work in Gosford, before working with children in Forster. This may seem a little disjointed, but the mental health skills Deb developed are an excellent basis for working with children with self-regulation, behavioural and learning difficulties.
Deb is passionate about empowering people to understand the impact of sensory processing difficulties such as being over-sensitive to noise, movement, or other senses, or seeking out movement.
As the mother of two energetic boys, one of whom struggles with learning difficulties and sensory processing issues, Deb totally gets the challenges faced by families who find themselves in similar situations. Deb has developed some great processes and strategies that can help you to make sense of your child’s behaviour and understand why things can suddenly go from peace to panic.
Deb’s number one tip for parents is: help them with the growth of their children is to make quality time for your kids, put the screens down, eat together at the table, and talk and play with your kids. Get back to old-fashioned basics.