Coming this fall!
SBP Summit 2020
A Virtual Workshop for 2020!
SBP SUMMIT UPDATE (5/29/20):
The 2020 Version of the SBP Summit will take place virtually. We are in the process of finalizing speaker schedule and dates. As you can imagine, making the transition takes a bit of time.
The sessions will be able to be viewed live at the designated times the speakers are set for. Can't make that time? NO WORRIES! Each session will be recorded for viewing at a later date and time when it is convenient for you. However, if you have a specific question while watching later, you may have to contact the presenter directly to get it answered.
Changing the Future for OUR Kids!
SPEECH & LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS
PhD, TBRI Educator, SCFES,OTR/L
Dr. Amy Lynch has been practicing with the pediatric population since receipt of her master's degree in Occupational Therapy from Tufts University. She obtained her bachelor's degree at Gettysburg College and her doctorate degree in Biomechanics and Movement studies, specializing in infant motor development, from the University of Delaware. Dr. Lynch specializes in post-institutionalization, as well as children with sensory integration problems, feeding/oral motor dysphagia, and cerebral palsy. She is certified in the Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests (SIPT) and Infant Massage. She has completed the eight-week training in Neurodevelopmental Treatment.
Dr. Lynch was the manager of the Occupational Therapy Department at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia for five years. She is now program coordinator of the International Adoption Health Program at CHOP.
BARBARA H. CONNOLLY, PT, DPT, Ed.D.,FAPTA received her BS degree in physical therapy from the University of Florida; a DPT degree from the University of Tennessee; a M,Ed. degree in special education with a minor in speech pathology and an EdD in curriculum and instruction from the University of Memphis. She is a Professor Emeritus at the University of Tennessee Health Sciences Center where she served as Chair of the Physical Therapy Department for 24 years. She is currently the President of the International Organization of Physical Therapists in Pediatrics, a subgroup of the World Confederation of Physical Therapy. She has served on the APTA Board of Directors, on the APTA Pediatric Specialty Council and the American Board of Physical Therapy Specialists. She was President of the Section on Pediatrics of the APTA from 2002 - 2006. She has also received the Bud DeHaven Leadership Award, the Research Award and the Jeanne Fischer Distinguished Mentorship Award from the Section on Pediatrics. In 2002, she received one of the highest honors from the APTA when she was named a Catherine Worthingham Fellow. She is the first author of 29 publications in peer reviewed journals, has written 21 book chapters and has coauthored or edited seven textbooks for physical therapists. She is certified in NDT and in SI. She continues to provide services to children through her private practice.
PT, DPT, Ed.D., FAPTA
DOT MS OTR/L FAOTA
Dr. Beverly Moskowitz has worked 43+ years as an Occupational Therapist with a specialty in pediatrics and school-based practice. After earning a DOT from Temple University in 2010, she was recognized with the Distinguished Alumni Award in 2015. In 2012, she authored the Size Matters Handwriting Program, a concept-driven approach to teaching and remediating handwriting, and the subject of the largest research study ever done on the subject. Inducted as a Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Association, an Advisory Board member at Temple and Salus Universities, an approved provider of continuing education through AOTA, a national lecturer, and president of her company, Real OT Solutions, Inc., Dr. Moskowitz’s materials and programs are currently in every state and 4 continents. She continues to teach, mentor, research, develop new products and stay abreast of current trends.
Robert Constantine, OTR/L, is an occupational therapist with nearly 20 years of experience in the fields of visual and neurological rehabilitation. Mr. Constantine is employed by the Pearl Nelson Child Development Center, where he focuses on the treatment of eye movement disorders in neurotypical and special needs children. Mr. Constantine’s passion leads him to intensive studying of the visual system and continuous searches for new ways to improve patient outcomes.
He is a member of the Neuro-Optometric Rehabilitation Association, a unique interdisciplinary organization that brings together the tools of optometry, occupational and physical therapy to improve outcomes for patients with neurological diagnoses. In addition, he is the only occupational therapist to be a member of the High Performance Vision Associates, an elite group of sports vision optometrists. As such, Mr. Constantine has participated in sports vision screenings at IMG Academy, Hendricks Motorsports, and on the LPGA tour. He has also developed and marketed drag-racing specific glasses that have been successful in NHRA Sportsman drag racing, as well as having worked with elite NHRA racers, golfers, and sporting clays champions.
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