Sensory Integration & Sensory Processing Resources
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Have you ever wondered what that long p-word (proprioception) that occupational therapists often use really means? Read here to find out more.
Ever wondered what the difference between sensory processing disorder and sensory integration is? GriffinOT explores this question.
What to learn more about the sensory systems? Our Sensory Processing 101 series takes a look at each of the sensory systems. Here we discuss the vestibular or balance/movement sense.
In this post GriffinOT discusses the different types of sensory seating available for children with sensory processing challenges, why you might use it and also how to monitor it.
We share 5 tips for choosing fidget toys and also how to monitor them in the classroom.
Ten Tips for using Wobble Cushions in the classroom or at home.
Helping Someone With Anxiety
Helping Children With Anxiety
Working With Autistic Children
Activities For Autistic Children
Helping Someone With Depression
Teaching Children Respect
Children With Adhd
Autism Sensory Activities
Make Up Looks
Special Needs Children
Speech Language Therapy
10 Things to Never Say to a Person with Sensory Processing Disorder - Lemon Lime Adventures
A brief history of sensory integration. Kim Griffin from GriffinOT discusses Sensory Integration and Sensory Processing Disorder from Ayres to Miller.
Did you want to learn more about sensory processing disorder and how it might affect children (and adult's) behavior, then this post is for you.
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