Learn about five essential topics for adults and teens with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). This series is for individuals with SPD, parents, caregivers, and professionals working with the SPD population.
SPD is a lifelong condition. Much of the available information about SPD currently is geared towards children.
This set of videos provides beginning information on research, neurology, implications, and strategies relating to SPD in adults.
Presented by adult SPD specialists, Carrie Einck, MS, OTR/L and Sarah Norris, MS, OTR/L who have spearheaded STAR Institue's renowned adult and adolescent treatment program.
Video 1: Do I Have…
We are excited to announce the launch of our second clinic in Louisville, Colorado!
The STAR Institute satellite clinic will make it easier for families in Northern Colorado to receive Occupational Therapy using the renowned STAR Process.
Therapy is done using the STAR Process including collaboration, coaching, and education with parents. Evaluations will be completed at STAR Institute's Greenwood Village, Colorado location.
STAR Institute for Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) and T.A.C.T. (Teaching the Autism Community Trades) are two Colorado nonprofits who have partnered to create a series of respite camps serving adolescents who have autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Developmental Pathways has awarded the organizations a $25,000 grant to fund three F.U.S.E. (Fostering Unlimited Success and Empowerment) camps through 2018. STAR Institute offers premier treatment for SPD and brings expertise in social skills while T.AC.T. teaches trade and life skills to individuals with ASD and SPD with an emphasis on fostering independence and personal growth.
STAR Institute Scholarships provide financial aid to families seeking answers for their children with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), and other sensory challenges related to Attention Deficit Hypertension Disorder (ADHD), Autism Spectrum Disorder and other behavioral and developmental disabilities. Find out more here.
Learn from experts and others involved with planning, designing and managing play environments how to develop more inclusive and functional play areas for users of ALL ages and ALL abilities.
This unique cross-discipline video course shares evidence-based lectures by our expert speakers, …
The STAR CREW Program builds social cognition and awareness,
communication, problem-solving skills, and interactive play skills for
children ages 3-6 years.
- Expands non-verbal and verbal social language skills
- Increases ability to initiate social interaction with peers
- Improves social awareness and social problem solving
- Increases ability to self-regulate during play-based social interaction
Apr. 3 – May 10 • Ages 3-6 • Every Monday & Wednesday • 4:15 pm – 5:30 pm
Cost: $960 ($100…
We are excited for our 2018 Summer Camps at STAR Institute!
SUMMER BIKE CAMP
May 3rd – May 31st
Thursdays 4-5 PM
Ages 3 – 10
SUMMER BIKE CAMP
June 4th- June 8th
Daily 11 am – Noon
Ages 3 – 10
JUMPONIT! GET SOCIAL! SUMMER CAMP
June 4TH – June 15TH
Mon – Fri 1 PM – 2 PM
A fun and upbeat movement-based group class on mini trampolines! Trampoline Group JumpOnIt! Get Moving is available to children with Sensory Processing Disorder as well as their siblings. It works to promote coordination, endurance, confidence and safety in children with and without disabilities.
Feb. 16th - Mar. 21st, 2017
Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30-6:30
Price: $300 for 10-class session
Ages 8-12 years
More details at: www.spdstar.org/basic/trampoline-class-for-kids
For specific questions or to register email:
* These events are not a representation of STAR Center nor are they an endorsement from STAR Center. Unless specified, STAR Center does not organize these events. This is simply a platform for Sensory Friendly Denver Events to be listed.