Supporting Students with Complex Bodies While Increasing Independent Tasks and Access: 3-Part Series Beyond 90/90/90


*January 7, 2020, Online

*Must have attended the 2 previous webinars: November 5 and December 3, 2019


It is so important that all of our students have access to and the opportunity to express themselves. Participants need to know what accessible devices and tools are available so all students can have opportunities to explore and express themselves.


Karen Kangas, OTR/L

Learning Outcomes:

To identify at least 3 characteristics of their students in their current seated postures as to positions of rest and tactile processing or positions of active engagement or vestibular processing.

To identify at least 3 components of their student’s current seating systems as to its “postural management” (tactile processing) vs. “postural control” capabilities (vestibular processing).

To define the two primary sensory modes of processing:  tactile processing and vestibular processing.

To identify 3 characteristics of the AT device being taught, which control its navigation.

To identify 3 specific teaching supports which can assist “machine” knowledge.


CEUs This activity is offered for up to 0.5 CEUs (4.5 hours of instruction). To register for CEUs:  

Download and complete the following forms.

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Send both files to

Upon completion of the two forms and passing the quiz, a CEU certificate will be sent

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