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RECORDED WEBINAR SUMMARY

SLEEPABILITY—PROMOTING POSITIVE SLEEP PRACTICES WITH CHILDREN

This series of 6 webinars is intended to provide information as presented in the two day training for allied health and educational professionals also facilitated by Annie O'Connell. The training has evolved from experience, participants feedback and further research.

The modules in this series include: 

  1. Sleep Education.
  2. Prevalence & Types of Sleep Disturbances; Use of  Screening tools, Sleep Diary & Sleep Interview.
  3. Preparation for a Sleep Plan; Establish a routine; Behavioural strategies Part A & Case Studies.
  4. Behavioural strategies Part B; Communication Strategies Resources and Case Studies.
  5. Sensory strategies- light therapy; Positive Reinforcement; Goal Setting.
  6. Selecting a Sleep Strategy; Monitoring Sleep Plans; Sleepwise Research.

While each webinar is 45 minutes in duration you are asked to pause the webinar while activities are completed. For example in Webinar One there are two activities - calculating your average sleep and compiling the pros and cons of co-sleeping.  Please allow extra time for these activities.

SUITABLE FOR

This series is suitable for Student & Beginner OTs as well as Allied Health Therapists and Educators who support families with children in the home, paediatric or community setting. 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Practitioners who undertake this training will be able to:
1. Understand the stages and cycles of sleep and need for sleep.
2. Interpret sleep diaries.
3. Appraise a sleep history.
4. Identify possible sleep disturbance.
5. Recognise indicators for referral to specialised services.
6. Consider a child and family’s readiness to commence intervention to reduce sleep disturbance.
7. Review strategies to reduce sleep disturbance.
8. Develop a sleep plan based on communication, sensory and behavioural strategies.
9. Set sleep goals.
10. Monitor and adapt a sleep plan.

How will this webinar enable participants to work occupationally with clients/patients?

Sleep needs to be recognized for its quantity, quality and timing as an important element in the attainment of work, self-care and play and leisure activities. Occupational therapists have a unique role in identifying sleep disturbance, as part of their assessment of an individual and family’s daily activity routines, participation and occupational performance.  Allied Health therapists and educators are in a prime position to address sleep problems by developing individualized sleep plans based on the family needs using communication, sensory and behavioral strategies.

PRESENTER

Annie O’Connell

Annie is an occupational therapist with over 30 years of experience and has worked in a variety of paediatric settings in Australia and overseas.

In 2003 Annie completed her M.App.Sc (OT) by research investigating ‘Sleep Disturbance in Children with Autism and the use of a Waterbed’.

From 2003 to 2015 Annie was the Lead Practitioner for the ‘Sleepwise project’ addressing sleep disturbance in young people with developmental disabilities developed by Child and Youth Services, Disability Services in SA.  Two research grants from the Apex Foundation For Research Into Intellectual Disability Limited allowed the evaluation of the Sleepwise approach for children 2–6 years of age and 8–18 years of age.

WEBINAR DETAILS

CPD HOURS:
As this is a self-paced course the hours it takes to complete will vary from person to person. Please use your discretion regarding CPD hours in relation to the time taken to complete this series. It is the responsibility of the individual to upload this CPD activity into the CPD tracker.

ACCESS:
This series is run through an external platform, 'Lifter LMS' and is managed independently of OTA. 
Upon registering and paying for the CPD you will be sent an email containing a link to the LMS platform and a unique password. You will have access to all resources for 3 months. 

*By signing up to this online series you are agreeing for Lifter LMS to have access to your name and email address in order to track your learning. 

REGISTRATION FEES & INCLUSIONS

FEES:

OTA Member: $188
OTA Student/ New Graduate Member: $172
Non-member: $264

OTA Member: $235
OTA Student & New Graduate Member: $215
Non Member: $330

(All pricing is inclusive of GST)

Registrations close Wednesday 14 December 2022, 11.59pm AEST 

Members must be logged in with username and password in order to register at the member rate.

DISCLAIMER

All information is correct at the time of publication. OTA reserves the right to alter or delete items from the CPD calendar as required, and takes no responsibility for any errors, omissions and changes.

All workshop resources including copies of the presentation, along with all supporting documents and links are not for distribution and are the property of the presenter.

An OTA staff member or representative may be photographing this event for use in OTA publications and/ or on OTA social media sites. If you do not wish to be photographed, or have your image published please make this known to the OTA representative at your course or contact OTA on 1300 682 878 or at info@otaus.com.au

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (T&C)

T&C's are available here

CONTACT US

Please direct all enquiries to info@otaus.com.au or phone 1300 682 878


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