OT Resource of the Week: Best Buys For Sensory Processing Therapy at Home
[Source: My Mundane and Miraculous Life]
Soon after my son was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder, we lost our health insurance. I was blessed to keep in contact with his Occupational Therapist who gave us some guidance as to what to buy for the best sensory processing therapy at home.
Loopy has vestibular issues (related to his inner ear) which cause him to have a lot of gravitational insecurity. He seeks out strong touch and heavy work (the proprioceptivesense) to help his body “realize” where it is in space.
Here are some of our favorite purchases that we’ve made over the past year.
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