Tag Archives: SPD

OT Corner: Saving the Drama for Broadway

Image Credit: iStock Photo By: Loren Shlaes, OTR/L Certified Teacher of the Alexander Technique Children with low arousal levels are constantly looking for ways to increase their energy so that they can be more alert. Unfortunately, especially when they’re at … Continue reading


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OT Corner: Making Sense Out of Sensory Integration

[Source:  The Sensory Spectrum] by John Pagano, PhD OTR/L After 30 years as an occupational therapist treating sensory integration difficulties to improve functional skills in children and adolescents, I still find understanding and explaining sensory integration disorders challenging.  Clearly describing … Continue reading


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Sensory Corner: Tactile Strategies and Activities for Teenagers

[Article and Image Source:  the Inspired Treehouse] The Tactile System These are all characteristics that can be related to either an hyper-responsive (overly responsive) or hypo-responsive (under-responsive) tactile system. The tactile system is our largest sensory system and provides us … Continue reading


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In Class Sensory Activities and On Task Performance

[Source:  British Journal of Occupational Therapy via Your Therapy Source] The British Journal of Occupational Therapy published research on in class sensory activities and on task performance of 4 students with autism using a non-concurrent, AB single system research design across … Continue reading


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Book Review: The Out -of-Sync-Child Grows Up

[Review Source:  The Sensory Spectrum, Book by Carol Kranowitz] The long-awaited follow-up to the million-copy bestseller The Out-of-Sync Child, presenting information and advice for tweens, teens, and young adults living with Sensory Processing Disorder, and their parents. The Out-of-Sync Child Grows … Continue reading


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