OT Corner: Sensory Processing Overload Signs in the Classroom
Editor’s Note: This article is perfect for OTs to share with General Ed classroom teachers, to help them become more familiar with the signs of Sensory Overload.
[Source: Growing Hands On Kids]
Something I have heard from teachers over and over again is that there is not a lot of sensory processing information geared specifically for the classroom environment. As educators or therapists, we often have to sift through lots of general information or for the home and figure out how to make it fit our classrooms with 25+ kids who are all different!
Since each of us respond to sensory input differently, this can be overwhelming and challenging to accommodate in the classroom. Recognizing how each student might
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