Treating Disorders with Sensorimotor, Cognitive and Psychosocial
Components Using Best-Use Practices of the Infinity Walk Method
6 contact hours
Sampling of Feedback from Participants of Cattaraugus/Allegany BOCES
Staff Development Day; Olean, NY
Heather Holland, PT; serves students with sensory,
coordination and balance deficits
never used Infinity walk but had heard about it. I certainly was
unaware of the huge scope it encompasses> Iím going to sue it myself
for stress relief, with my children as a learning tool, for my mom
to continue good movement through her neck and trunk and most
importantly with the children I serve to provide another experience
for them to feel successful while building skills.
Janiga, OT; serves ages 5-12. Diagnoses include CP, MD, autistic, PDD,
SI, LD, and motor delays.
very excited about trying this method. I can think of several
students that can benefit.
Damude, COTA; serves preschool/school-aged, sensory-based movement
activities, visual perceptual and visual motor integration
have used Infinity Walk and have found it to be very helpful. I had
a student who was unable to retain/retrieve previously learned
information. I saw wonderful progress and skills that were able to
be maintained. You can see the quality of movement consistently
improve. Very useful information. Teacher and classroom friendly.
Walczyk, OTR; serves special education students in regular and special
educational. You did an excellent job of presenting the philosophy
of the Infinity Walk. I love that fact that you took the time to
provide us with resources for documentation and to complete our own
case studies and individualize the Infinity Walk to each of our
students. I have students that I work with that participated in the
Infinity Walk as a recommendation from their vision therapists.
Shattuck, OTR/L; serves ages 5-21 , primarily developmental delays and
Excellent conference, very thorough and informative! Amazed at how
much better I felt after completing the Infinity Walk (in-service
training demonstration), so much more relaxed and centered.
Arnold, PT; serves pre-k through age 21; students with gross motor
delays, balance and coordination challenges
read both (Infinity Walk) books and had begun to use Infinity walk
with some students over a year ago. This workshop gave me a better
understanding of where to go from here Ö Iím a ďsee one- do oneĒ
learner, and appreciated the active time Infinity Walking/observing
and sharing observations.
Penski-Adams, PT; serves ages 3-21; CP, MD, sever DD. Low/high muscle
tone, balance/coordination and ambulation deficiencies
enlightening. Videos were amazing, would have been hard to believe
postural/ambulatory improvements, if not for the video (case
studies). Canít wait to try it with my kiddos! Thank you.
Studd, OT; serves K-12 special ed students
was an excellent workshop. I learned a lot and canít wait to use
this with my students. I am also going to sue it with my 85-year-old