Institute for Educational Development

Uniquely Qualified Instructor

Jocelynn B. Wallach, MS, OTR/L, is a highly skilled, school-based OT and sought-after national presenter. She has 22 years of experience as a school-based Occupational Therapist. Attendees at her presentations appreciate how she makes research-based best practices so practical for immediate application in school settings. She is an active Member of NBCOT, and AOTA.

Jocelynn is the author of SCHOOL-BASED OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS: Improving Students' Academic Success through Better Self-Regulation and Executive Function Skills, the extensive resource handbook each participant will receive at the seminar. You'll leave Jocelynn's seminar excited to return to your school with new self-regulation and executive function strategies that will help your students be more successful.

What Your Colleagues Say About Your Presenter

"This was one of the best courses I have ever taken! It was presented clearly with a logical flow which included important background information and application of skills."

"Jocelynn was extremely receptive to questions and successfully used case studies to provide real-life analysis of the strategies being taught."

"Definitely a course I would suggest for OTs working with children in a school-based setting."

"I was interested in the link between sensory processing theory and executive functions. So helpful!"

"Jocelynn is clearly a strong advocate for students, providing them with tools and strategies to enable them to make progress and perform at their very best."

"Makes perfect sense! I liked the handouts and related to it for helping to explain the link to other adults working with our kiddos with challenges."

"The whole seminar was useful. The first part, in particular, included many useful strategies that I can apply."

"The strategies were excellent and some of them I had not heard about. The content was organized and relevant to me."