Occupational Therapy Seminar

Sensory Processing Experience



What does it mean to have sensory processing challenges?
Come and learn basic management techniques and have a sensory experience yourself!

Who Benefits: The Sensory Processing Experience seminar benefits anyone interacting with children, especially children with suspected disabilities or sensory processing difficulties. Parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, teachers, counselors, day care staff etc. any and all are welcome at this ADULTS ONLY class.

When: Saturday. September 29, 2018 2:00 – 4:00 pm in the Rehab Services Gym at Boundary Community Hospital.
Parking is available at the Clinic on Kaniksu Street directly across from the Hospital. Enter and sign in at Emergency/Acute Care Registration.

Presented By: Yahtil Huaute, OT, DOT, the new occupational therapist at Boundary Community Hospital will present the Sensory Processing Experience. Yahtil has spent seven years working in pediatrics with a focus on sensory processing and neurodevelopmental treatment. Identifying sensory processing difficulties and understanding the resources available could be essential for a child to experience life to the fullest.

 

Please reserve your place as soon as possible since there are only 20 seats available!
RSVP by calling (208)267-3141 ext 4275 or via email at yahtil.h@bcch.org

The Famous Hospital Auxiliary Pie Sale

Pie SaleThe famous Hospital Auxiliary Pie Sale will be Thursday, February 11 this year, and is in the basement of the Trinity Lutheran Church, 6784 Cody Street. You may purchase a whole pie or by the slice. The coffee pot will be on, ready to serve.

There will be sugar-free pies and gluten-free pies, as well as all of your favorites like Lemon Meringue, cream and custard, a variety of fruit, and even Huckleberry pies. It’s a good idea to come early, as you all know, the proverbial early bird gets the—well, in this case, gets to choose from the widest selection of choice pies. The Pie Sale begins at 9 a.m. and continues until all pies are gone, usually around 2 p.m.

The Hospital Auxiliary has priced the pies very reasonably. All funds raised go to support the local hospital, Boundary Community Hospital. The Hospital Auxiliary appreciates your donation of pies! Many community members bring in pies.

Come and participate, in both the bringing of pies, and the eating of pies. Call Richelle Rode, Boundary Community Hospital, for more information, (208) 267-4851.