Free Health Talk: Is this “normal?” Helping Children with Sensory Conditions

Loucresie Rupert, MD

Free Health Talk at the Playground in the Winona Mall, Monday, October 2, 2017

Sensory Integration is the ability to process information from the world around us. In typical development, this happens without having to think about it, but some children have difficulty. This can lead to a variety of challenging behaviors from intense negative reactions to certain things such as sensitivity to loud noises or needing to continuously move. What’s “normal,” and what may indicate a need for help?

Winona Health Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist Loucresie Rupert, MD, along with Occupational Therapists Kyann Brown and Emily Breunig will share information about how sensory processing can affect a child’s behavior and what can be done to help them at a Free Health Talk: Is this “normal?” Helping Children with Sensory Conditions, Monday, October 2, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. at the Playground in the Winona Mall, 1213 Gilmore Avenue, Winona, Minn.

The program is free. RSVP is requested by Thursday, September 28. RSVP online or call 507.457.4161.

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