15 Animal Walks for Sensory Input
Are you looking for simple exercises to add to your child's sensory diet? These 15 animal walks are excellent for gross motor development and sensory input.
Resources for Creating Sensory Diets
Not sure what a sensory diet is, how to create one or who can? Here are some resources for creating sensory diets for therapists, parents, and teachers.
A sensory diet is a plan to balance and develop sensory awareness in treating SPD, sensory processing disorder, ADD/ADHD, autism, aspergers, PTSD and other sensory disorders.
A sensory diet is a plan to balance and develop sensory awareness in treating SPD, ADD/ADHD, autism and other sensory disorders.With many people a sensory diet is the answer to self-regulating pain, trauma, and balancing over-responsiveness or under-responsiveness.
Free Printables - Sensory Time Outs
Consequences, time outs, punishments - whatever they are called at your house they have been a topic of much trial and error for us. Our ...
Attaching a Chewy
Many kids benefit from using a chewy as a calming activity, and to use as a replacement for chewing on things that are not good to chew on. So if a child needs a chewy, they need to have it available to them. For kids who are lower functioning, they will not keep the chewy[Read More]
Heavy Work Activities
Heavy work activities and proprioceptive input (gross motor, fine motor, oral motor, etc.) which are useful in calming unfocused, overaroused children.
BrainWorks ⋆ SensationalBrain
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Creating A Home Sensory Diet
Are you confused about how to create a sensory diet for your child who has a sensory processing disorder? Then check this article out for explanations and suggestions.
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