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West Sonoma County Consortium Parent Education Series
West Sonoma County Consortium Parent Education Series
Megan Bloom
Thursday, November 19, 2020

West Sonoma County Consortium Parent Education Series

Keeping Children Regulated during Distance Learning: 
An Evening with the Occupational Therapists
December 2, 2020
6:00 pm to 7:00 pm 
Zoom Link
 Translator will be available

Spend one hour with two of our Occupational Therapists to learn and discuss strategies to support children's self-regulation during Distance Learning. Self-regulation strategies help children maintain that perfect state to attend and participate in the learning process. If you have any specific questions please submit them ahead of time to rvelasquez@wscuhsd.org

Therapists:
Kristy Boblitt has been an occupational therapist for 20 years. She has a bachelors in Occupational Therapy from University of Wisconsin -Madison and a post professional masters in OT from San Jose State. She is a pediatric OT and has worked in early intervention, schools and the clinic over the years. Her specialty areas are sensory integration and autism. She loves to teach others about OT and working with kids and families. She has a 13-year-old daughter and 10-year-old son. She also loves to hike, travel and dance and loves her dog, Mateo ;) 
Lauren Armstrong is a recent graduate from San Jose State University in Occupational Therapy. She has a background in child development and psychology from her undergraduate studies which drew her to her current profession. She grew up in Sonoma County but spent most of her young adult life living in the bay area before moving back to Santa Rosa. Her hobbies and passions include cooking, hip hop dance, hiking, wine culture and getting plenty of sleep each night!