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Mastering Sensory Processing: Unlocking the Foundations for Learning and Well-Being

A conversation with Teresa Kaelin, MSOTR/L, Occupational Therapist, Professor, and Executive Director of Brain Balance in Lincoln, NE.

Thursday, February 8th, 2024
10 AM PT | 12 PM CT | 1 PM ET

Teresa Kaelin, MSOTR/L, a seasoned Occupational Therapist with a specialization in sensory processing and executive functioning, will join Dr. Rebecca Jackson, Chief Programs Officer for Brain Balance, as a guest speaker in this informative webinar.

Join us as we delve into the fundamental aspects of sensory processing and its profound impact on various facets of our lives. The sensory system forms the bedrock of our ability to learn, maintain attention, navigate social interactions, and even regulate our emotions.

Teresa will share her personal story about her son, providing valuable insights into how auditory sensitivity and processing challenges can manifest in everyday situations. Drawing on her expertise, she will discuss practical tips and tricks that can be implemented at home to support immediate regulation, as well as long-term strategies aimed at fostering internal self-regulation.

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What You'll Learn

  • 1Recognize the critical role of the sensory system in learning, attention, and emotional regulation.
  • 2Identify red flags indicating potential dysregulation in your child's sensory experiences.
  • 3Gain insights from Teresa’s personal story, highlighting the impact of sensory processing challenges.
  • 4Acquire practical tips and tricks for immediate home-based support and long-term strategies for self-regulation.
  • 5Understand the concept of sensory regulation, both internally and externally, and its influence on daily life.

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Dr. Rebecca Jackson

Chief Programs Officer, Brain Balance, author of the new book “Back on Track: A Practical Guide to Help Kids of All Ages Thrive"

Dr. Rebecca Jackson comes to the role of Chief Programs Officer as an industry authority on the topics of development, cognition, and brain health. She holds a board certification as a cognitive specialist and has published peer-reviewed research on attention, emotional well-being, cognition, and development. Dr. Jackson is the author of the new book “Back on Track: A Practical Guide to Help Kids of All Ages Thrive.” She has been interviewed on the Doctors Show, NBC Nightly News, and news outlets nationwide and has been featured in Good Housekeeping, Forbes, and Business Insider. She has over 15 years of experience at Brain Balance working with both kids and adults. Her depth of knowledge and passion comes from a strong foundation of education, research, and years of experience in driving change in the brain that translates to improvements throughout life. Dr. Jackson has published research on the topics of improving cognition, development, and well-being, and is a frequent media expert guest. Prior to joining the Brain Balance corporate team, Dr. Jackson served as the Executive Director of three Brain Balance centers, personally overseeing more than 1,000 students' progress through the Brain Balance program. Dr. Jackson graduated from Life University as a Doctor of Chiropractic in 2001 and holds additional certifications as a Board Certified Cognitive Specialist and as a MindSet Safety Management Behavioral Trainer. She is passionate about creating and delivering programs that increase awareness, understanding, and change in the lives of kids and adults seeking to improve their lives.
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Teresa Kaelin, MSOTR/L

Occupational Therapist, Professor, and Executive Director of Brain Balance in Lincoln, NE

Teresa has a Master of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Minnesota. She also has a Bachelor of Science degree in Communication Disorders from St. Cloud State University. She worked over 15 years in private practice and public schools as a Pediatric Occupational Therapist. She also worked as a Speech Therapist in Early Childhood Special Education while she was in graduate school. She specializes in sensory processing, handwriting interventions, and executive functioning. Teresa wanted to bring Brain Balance to Nebraska to help children who struggle with ADHD, sensory processing, social skills, and behavior. Teresa has a passion for helping kids and their families who struggle with neurodevelopmental issues. Teresa believes the Brain Balance Program changes the future for the children that come through the program, as well as, creates more positive and healthy family relationships.