Baffling Babies: Sensory Tools for Infants and Tots


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Co-Sponsored by Wee Care Therapy

$185 includes cost of both books

15% off for students, parents, and groups of 3 before March 20th

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6239 S. East St.
Suite A
Indianapolis, IN


6239 S. East St.
Suite A
Indianapolis, IN 

We combined Tools for Infants and Tools for Tots into a one-day workshop for early interventionists! Help is on the way for those who either have, or are working with infants, toddlers and preschoolers. This seminar is designed to offer practical sensory-based strategies to improve your child’s ability to function in natural environments during daily routines. Tools for Infants and Tools for Tots offer a variety of sensory safe tools which enrich sensory experiences for young children whose nervous systems are challenged (e.g. sensory processing disorder, autism spectrum disorder or other developmental disorders). However, using these strategies will encourage optimal development in all young children, even those who are neuro-typical. Use these sensory safe tools in naturally occurring daily routines in your child’s home, child care center, early intervention program or preschool. When the question is asked, “Is it sensory or behavior?” reframe it by asking, “Are there sensory issues driving the behavior?” Topics include Fussy Firecrackers, Nighty Night, Busy Bees, and more! Updates in the latest research on sensory integration and sensory processing will be discussed. Characteristics of the different types of sensory processing disorder will be identified. Treatment videos and case studies will be shared. Dress comfortably to personally experience how movement can affect learning! Fee includes both the Tools for Infants and Tools for Tots books.




Professional Conference 100% related to EI

Environment: practices including physical, social, and the temporal environments necessary to foster each child’s overall health and development.

Instruction: instructional practices that focus on personnel, family members and other caregivers that improve functional outcomes for the children and families.

IN OT – PLA: Wee Care Therapy is a Certified CE Provider for INOTPLA

IN APTA: Pending

Out of State of IN Licensing Agencies :
Check with your state to see if you can apply for out of state CE approval (sponsor does not cover cost)


ST Contact Hours:
5.5 IN (or any state that requires contact hours – must be able to relate to ST).

Participants will:

  • Demonstrate a general understanding of sensory integration theory.
  • Identify characteristics of sensory processing disorder in infants and toddlers.
  • Discover practical sensory strategies to help infants and toddlers through daily routines.
  • Understand the importance of early engagement.
  • Identify strategies to facilitate early engagement.

Early intervention practitioners, occupational, physical, speech, and developmental therapists, day care providers, school administrators, teachers, behavior analysts, psychologists, counselors, social workers, caregivers, and parents

LEVEL:  Beginning to Intermediate


8:00 – 9:00 AM Registration
8:30 – 9:00 Sensory Integration and Sensory Processing
9:00 – 9:15 “Sensory Buffet”
9:15 – 10:00 Updates in Research and Terminology
9:15 – 10:00 BREAK
10:30 – 11:30 Characteristics of Sensory Processing Challenges
11:30 – 12:30 LUNCH
12:30 – 2:00 Early Engagement
2:00 – 2:15 BREAK
2:15 – 3:30 Sensory Safe Natural Environments



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Susan Swindeman OTR/L, is a registered occupational therapist and the owner of Wee Care Therapy in Dyer, Indiana. She has been a pediatric occupational therapist since graduating from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 1984. She is certified in the administration and interpretation of the Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests (SIPT) and trained extensively in neurodevelopmental treatment. She was on the speaking faculty for the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation. Susan is a co-author of the books Tools for Tots: Sensory Strategies for Toddlers and Preschoolers™ and Tools for Infants: Sensory Based Strategies for Parents, Caregivers and Early Intervention Providers ™. She presents internationally about sensory integration, sensory-based strategies and sensory processing disorder. Susan may be contacted through her website at or through Facebook at Wee Care Therapy and Twitter @weecaretherapy.

Maureen Kane -Wineland PhD, OT/L (by availability), is the co-owner of Rehab Dynamics in Toledo, Ohio. Maureen has been working with young children and their families for over 30 years in a variety of capacities. She has developed an expertise in addressing the needs of children with sensory processing disorders, as well as those with difficulties relating and engaging, using both sensory integration and DIR®/Floortime™ approaches. Maureen is SIPT certified and a PLAY Project Home Consultant. Maureen received her PhD. in special education/educational psychology in 2002 and examined the effects of prenatal drug exposure on sensory processing capacities. Maureen is a co-author of the books Tools for Tots: Sensory Strategies for Toddlers and Preschoolers™ and Tools for Infants: Sensory Based Strategies for Parents, Caregivers and Early Intervention Providers™. Contact her through her website at tools, or through Facebook at Tools for Tots or Tools for Infants: Sensory Based Strategies.