Parent Webinar: Introduction to Sensory Processing

Parent Class

Like all parts of Jewish life, parenting in community strengthens us. In this webinar we’ll use a Jewish lens to discuss milestones of parenting young children as we gain insights from experts in early childhood development.

We'll discuss the eight senses, defined by their function and relevance to developmental skill acquisition. Participants will better understand how our senses help us understand our world, as well as what it looks like when sensory processing is inefficient or disorganized. This program is for families with children ages 5 and younger. 

This program is a part of Project SEED, a partnership between The Jewish Education Project and Westchester Jewish Community Services. 

users 5 - 30 learners per meeting
clock-o 60 min per meeting
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Marcia Hacohen
Marcia Hacohen
Marcia received her Occupational Therapy degree from Boston University in 1980. She began working with adults and children at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center in New Jersey and then at Blythedale Children’s Hospital in Valhalla, New York. Currently, Marcia works privately with children 2-10 years of age in schools and in her private practice. She has worked in the Mamaroneck School District for the past 30 years. She is also a consultant in the Larchmont Nursery School. She specializes in fine motor skill acquisition and sensory motor skill development as a precursor for perceptual, organizational and emotional competency. Marcia is trained in the Handwriting Without Tears program, Therapeutic Listening, Interactive Metronome, and has numerous years of experience treating children using neuro-developmental and sensory integrative approaches. Marcia has co-led numerous social skills and kindergarten readiness groups.