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Sensory Integration Education 7h
In this insightful new blogpost from Magazine a parent, Nicole Levand, describes how has changed her son who was diagnosed with 's life.
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Sensory Integration Education 13h
This mixed methods, single subject case design explored the effectiveness of a 6-week intervention for reducing and improving occupational :
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Sensory Integration Education Aug 20
These easy to inflate pods with lighting effects & interchangeable themed wall displays offer a distraction-free but engaging space to play. They could also be used to create a calm space for children with difficulties:
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Sensory Integration Education 22h
Embarking on a () course is an exciting but challenging time, & more so for a student with () difficulties. We’ve looked at some of the advice for young adults preparing for university life:
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Sensory Integration Education Aug 19
This blogpost contains a list of sensory products that could be helpful for adults with difficulties with
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Sensory Integration Education Aug 14
This illustrated book is for children aged 6-9 years difficulties with . The book acts as an accessible, relatable support for children and as a reference for parents: 👏👏👏
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Charlotte Betteridge Aug 16
It’s a SLIMEY Friday afternoon on 🎨 Not only is slime making FUN it has huge benefits to a child’s development
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Gina Daly Aug 17
It’s lights, camera, action here today for - clinical observations coming to life! 🎬🎥📸
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chandramo Mettapalli Aug 17
This cat is receiving g sensory integration services as it likes the hard brushing. ,
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HG Therapeutic Services Aug 16
A big congratulations to our OTs Lindsay and for passing module 2 of . All of your hard work has paid off
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Sensory-OT4me Aug 15
This is exactly why Ayres Sensory Integration therapy is done through child led play!
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Sensory Integration Education Aug 15
This recent presents strong evidence that -born children are at high risk for and sensory perception and discrimination problems:
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Sensory Integration Education Aug 12
Bathing and showering can be a very intense sensory experience which people with difficulties may find stressful. This article provides some useful strategies to help make bathing and showering easier:
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Sensory Integration Education Aug 16
This article recognises the suitability of the environment to support children with () difficulties, noting the possible adjustments that can be made to the routines/environment with the help of the staff:
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Sensory Integration Education Aug 14
How do you pack for someone with difficulties? The Spectacle shares practical advice in this short video:
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Sensory Integration Education Aug 16
Children with or difficulties may be over or under-sensitive to certain environments. The team at Understood suggest some tips on how to manage your child's experience of these trigger stituations:
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Sensory Integration Education Aug 14
Findings from this qualitative study suggest that groups based on techniques have a positive impact on the participation & ability of children & young adults with & other in education settings:
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Sensory Integration Education Aug 13
Individuals with difficulties may experience additional challenges within the . Here, the Job Accommodation Network suggests some accommodations relating to to fragrance, fluorescent light, uniforms etc:
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Sensory Integration Education Aug 17
Whether you are a parent, educator, caregiver, or therapist, this easy-to-read guide is your starting point to gain a better understanding of sensory processing and the body’s sensory systems.
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Richelle-Rose Perez Aug 19
Switching off from the social media life until after postgraduate exams on 31st August 😣 working and studying life gaaah.
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