TimeManagement

Workshop: Building Bridges to Manage Time

Assessments and interventions in time management over the life span.

Workshop about Time-processing abilities in children with developmental problems, people with intellectual disabilities.

Date: May 22, 2017, 13:00 – 15:30
Place: University of Amsterdam
Roeterseiland Campus
Roetersstraat 11
1018 WB Amsterdam
Room: REC E0.03
Free admission

Reseachers, practitioners and students are welcome.
Target audience: Orthopedagogues, Psychologists, Occupational therapists and other health professionals working in pediatrics, TBI, ADHD, education professionals and mental health professionals/psychiatric clinics.

Objectives

The presentations will focus on assessments and interventions in time management over the life span in persons with cognitive disabilities. This will be done by:

Program

  1. Opening by chairman Prof. Dr. Xavier Moonen, University of Amsterdam
  2. Defining the components of time-processing ability: time perception, time orientation, time planning /management and problems along the developmental spectrum. Presenting how time-processing ability and managing one’s time are assessed using standardized tools, the KaTid, Time Parent scale, Time-Self rating scale and examples of how assessment can be linked to intervention by Gunnel Janeslätt, PhD, OT (reg), Reseacher Centre for Clinical Research Dalarna, SUF Resource Center Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Disability and Habilitation, Uppsala University, Sweden.
  3. Assessment of Time Management Skills (ATMS) by Suzanne White, MA, FAOTA Clinical Associate Professor Occupational Therapy Program, SUNY Downstate Medical Center, Brooklyn NY
  4. Time-processing abilities in a Dutch context and working with a TCM clock (https://www.tcm-klok.nl/) by Maaike Meerlo, Fablab Bartiméus; Paula Sterkenburg, assistant professor Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and Fiona Albers, student pedagogics University of Amsterdam.
  5. Discussing research findings including pre-and post-intervention measures of change in skills, knowledge and qualitative outcome results, learn intervention techniques and practice using the adaptive tools and challenges for further research.

Contributors

  • Gunnel Janeslätt, PhD, OT (reg), Reseacher Centre for Clinical Research Dalarna and Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences, Disability and Habilitation, Uppsala University, Sweden gunnel.janeslatt@ltdalarna.se
  • Suzanne White, MA, OTR, FAOTA, Clinical Associate Professor Occupational Therapy Program, SUNY Downstate, Medical Center, Brooklyn NY Suzanne.white@downstate.edu
  • Paula Sterkenburg, assistant professor Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam p.s.sterkenburg@vu.nl
  • Maaike Meerlo, FABlab Bartiméus Zeist mmeerlo@bartimeus.nl
  • Fiona Albers, University of Amsterdam fionahoeving@gmail.com
  • Xavier Moonen, Professor on Mild Intellectual Disabilities University of Amsterdam x.m.h.moonen@uva.nl

 

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