SAVE THE DATE! April 4 & 5, 2019

TIES 2019 Therapy in Educational Settings Conference

Dr. Linda Bone - Keynote Thursday, April 4, 2019

Rich Brain: Poor Brain: Change the Therapy Game is a cutting-edge keynote based on the book by popular author Dr. Linda Karges-Bone, a six-time National Title 1 presenter. Can we change the outcomes for the brains and minds of children who live in poverty by simply treating them as if they are wealthy? Dr. Bone shares the fascinating research on how cortisol affects the brains and bodies of children and then "flips the equation". Boldly "borrowing" from the programming found in wealthy, highly successful schools and programs, Dr. Bone proposes the LEAP model, a way to "replicate" rich brain experiences with few or no resources. In particular, this keynote infuses a sense of positivism and wonder in the minds of participants. Instead of the typical negative, frustrating tone of "It isn't fair" ...Dr. Bone's session will turn the tables and ask "Why not make it fair?"

Session 1) Brain Tips for Creative Therapists

Session 2) Grant Writing for Therapists Who Want Really Cool Stuff

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Ginny Paleg, DScPT, MS, PT - Keynote Friday, April 5, 2019

Ginny Paleg, DScPT, MS, PT is a NDT trained physical therapist with 19 years of academic and clinical experience in the area of pediatric neurological rehabilitation. She works for her local school system in the 0-3 program. She is currently an adjunct faculty member in the Physical Therapy Program at the University of Maryland. She has a private practice, which includes work in a NICU, EI Program and group homes for adults with CP, TBI, and other neuromuscular conditions. She has presented numerous clinical workshops on the management of non-ambulatory children and adults. Ginny Paleg is on the editorial board of PT Products Magazine and Rehab Management. She is the APTA Pediatric representative for Washington, DC. She has published many articles in Advance for PT, Rehab Management, and Exceptional Parent Magazine encouraging parents and therapists to introduce walking early in the rehab and EI process. Her research has focused on the use of compression garments, gait trainers, BWSGT and standers.

Alison Hinson, Director of Behavioral Health for Douglas ESD - General Session Friday, April 5, 2019

Behavior Bias and Childhood Mental Health Influences

This training will guide participants to explore their own bias about behavior as one area of many influences on children’s behavior. Additional factors that influence children’s behavior and mental health will be explored as well as some strategies for minimizing escalating behaviors during school activities.

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Location & Lodging

Valley River Inn

1000 Valley River Way, Eugene, OR 97401

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Regional and Statewide Services for Students with Orthopedic Impairments

1871 NE Stephens St

Roseburg, OR 97470