Proprioception activities such as heavy work have been shown to improve attention and concentration, improve body awareness, and regulate arousal levels. Heavy work can be calming for students with autism or sensory regulation difficulties.
More Ways to Use an Exercise Ball for Sensory Therapy
An Exercise Ball is great for kids with sensory processing disorder or SPD. These exercising challenge the vestibular system, strengthen the core, and make the child cross midline. Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!
Looking to get more sensory input, especially for vestibular and proprioceptive needs? Try these Sensory Obstacle Courses made from objects you probably already have lying around your house. Find out what types of activities to include in a well rounded s
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Tips for Sensory Seeking Kids When You Can't Afford Therapy
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Both children and adults will love this Frozen-inspired snowstorm sensory bottle. Calm down bottles like this are most often used to help calm an overwhelmed child, as a “time out” timer, or as a meditation technique for children. They are just as effecti
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