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2022 IE Symposium
Reading Proficiency: Supporting Success from an OT’s Perspective
Maude LeRoux, OTR/L
Monday April 4th, 1 pm - 4:15 pm CST and Tuesday April 5th 1 pm - 4:15 pm CST
CEUs: 6 Contact Hours (.6 AOTA CEUs)
Recording available approximately 1 week after the live event for 30 days of viewing
This course will describe the different developmental aspects of building the skills necessary for reading ability. The participant will engage in learning about reading decoding, fluency, and reading comprehension, consider current research as well as the developmental building blocks for each. It is a “must have” course for anyone interested in creating academic proficiency in children considering school as an occupational function. The information provided will allow the therapist to plan effective intervention to bridge a students’ developmental profile in support of reaching reading proficiency as a goal. The need for a team approach will be emphasized as therapists also expand their vision of possibility in creating change that lasts.