Tag Archives: SPD

Easy Halloween Shaving Cream Sensory Activity

[Source:  Hands on As We Grow] I love a good sensory activity! Halloween is a great time of year to get a little messy, too. This fun Halloween shaving cream sensory activity is the perfect combo of messy fun and … Continue reading

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OT Corner: Touch, Feel and Sort Halloween Friends

[Source: Miss Mancy’s Blog] Halloween is a great time to push children’s sensory boundaries! There are so many gooey, gross activities you can do with them. I like to start with something simple that may feel a little odd to … Continue reading

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Sensory 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: Your Sensory Sensitive Kiddos Go Back to School!

By: Jackie Linder Olson Editor’s Note: This article is directed at parents, but would a a great resource to share with the caregivers for your sensory sensitive kiddos! It is time to go back to school, which can be both … Continue reading

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Pediatric Therapy Corner: Don’t Forget the Bricks for Back to School

By: Cat Lichtenbelt Copyright 2011. Reprinted with the express permission of Sensory Flow as it appeared on their website August 11, 2011 Editor’s Note:  This article was written for parents, but we are including it on our blog because we … Continue reading

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