DIY Sensory seating Idea- this diy seat was created for students who may have difficulty processing information from their senses and from the world around them. Tennis balls on the seat and backrest provide an alternative texture to improve sensory regulation. Students with autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, sensory processing disorder, etc. may benefit from this seating option."
Looking for calming strategies for kids? We’ve got 21+ ideas to help children with anger management issues as a result of autism, anxiety, ADHD, and other special needs. Perfect for parents and teachers alike, these activities will help your child with self-regulation when an autism meltdown threatens to erupt. Keep these tools at home, in the classroom, and in the car so you’re always prepared and remember: while it may be difficult to learn how to deal with autism, you WILL find your way.
Every so often I find that I have to write a post like this. It used to make me very angry when I ran into this sort of thing; now, I just feel sad for people that clearly do not get it and have little intention of doing so...
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