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  • Do you have a child who displays endless energy?
  • Is getting dressed in the morning a constant battle?
  • Does your child struggle to control his/her anger, fear or anxiety?

Learn about all eight senses, sensory dysfunction and emotional regulation. This presentation for parents of preschool and elementary school age children will include many practical proactive and reactive strategies to use, in order to help your household run more smoothly for your family. There will be an opportunity to ask questions after the presentation.

Register today at rsvp@shemeshbaltimore.org

Zoom link will be provided upon registration.

For more information, contact info@shemeshbaltimore.org or 410-843-7589.

A link to the recording will be available to anyone who registers but can’t make it to the live event.

Live captioning is available through Maryland Relay Service. Generally, 48 hours advance notice is required to set this up. Learn more at hamiltonrelay.com.

Presented by SHEMESH Consultant, Chumi Millman, M.S., CCC-SLP and Occupational Therapist, Yona (Schaap) Zalesch, OTR/L.

A licensed and experienced speech-language pathologist, Chumi Millman is passionate about coaching teachers and parents and supporting the growth and development of preschoolers. Her warmth and empathy, in addition to her broad knowledge and understanding of language development in children, make her a popular speaker and consultant.

Yona (Schaap) Zalesch is an occupational therapist with 17 years of pediatric occupational therapy experience, working in both clinic-based and school-based positions. She has presented on a range of topics including sensory processing, the coaching model for parents and teachers, executive functioning skills, self-regulation and co-regulation, interoception, and the integration of sensory strategies and education into the classroom setting.

SHEMESH is now part of Jewish Educational Services (JES), an agency of The Associated, whose mission is to enhance Jewish educational excellence in Baltimore, by supporting the growth and development of schools, educators and students.

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