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A 5 week series from an Occupational Therapy standpoint on behavior vs. sensory. www.GoldenReflect...

Is it Behavior or Sensory Problems? A 5 Week Series

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Home activity suggestions for visual perception, handwriting, visual motor, strengthening, sensory diets, and more.

Home Program Forms - Therapy Fun Zone

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Low muscle tone intervention: Muscle tone refers to the muscle’s ability to sustain a contraction. It is different than muscle strength, which refers the muscles’ power. Repinned by SOS Inc. Resources pinterest.com/....

Low Muscle Tone Revealed - North Shore Pediatric Therapy

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Learn why your baby needs sensory play and learn simple tricks for adding it to your daily routines. CanDo Kiddo

11 Super Simple Ways To Add Sensory Play To Baby's Daily Routines

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Good site for working out without having to leave the wheelchair.

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These are very cute and excellent for fine motor and bilateral coordination skills. l would paint the washers green - nail polish works great on metal washers.

Invitation to Build: Tinkering Trees - Left Brain Craft Brain

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The Wilbarger Protocol-- a skin-brushing and joint-compressions method of easing sensory overload. Works great.

A Quiet Life: Wilbarger Brushing

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Core strengthening for kids: ideas for making strengthening fun from a pediatric physical therapist. Great for functional posture, motor skill development, handwriting and more!

CORE STRENGTHENING EXERCISES FOR KIDS - The Inspired Treehouse

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Sensory Books - Baby and Toddler - Learning - School - homeschool - diy

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Dr. Iman: Remembering Developmental Milestones

Dr. Iman: Remembering Developmental Milestones

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The Profile of a Preemie: The Senses and Your Premature Baby

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A pediatric physical therapist explains exactly WHY parents should avoid placing their babies in Bumbo seats.

Beware the Bumbo Seat -

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Five Activities for Crossing the Midline (and Why It’s Important)

five activities for crossing the midline (and why it’s important)

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21 great activities for using silly putty or therapy putty with children to develop a variety of skills and meet sensory needs. Fabulous especially as fine motor activities. Includes link to homemade silly putty recipe.

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Do It Yourself Sensory Boards. Clever ideas for baby and toddler, as well as directions for a texture board with fabric circles

DIY Sensory Boards for Babies and Toddlers

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The stability ball is a simple and easy piece of equipment to work into everyday exercise for your child, ranging from infant to teenager.  Stability balls can be bought at most sports stores, cost only about 20 dollars, and last for years. Below are some fun activities to follow along with your kiddos to see …

Stability Ball Exercises - North Shore Pediatric Therapy

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PT & OT for Children with Down Syndrome

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You Know Your Toddler Can’t Motor Plan When…

You Know Your Toddler Can’t Motor Plan When…

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10 Strategies for Toddler Hairwashing

15 Strategies to Conquer Your Next Toddler Hair Wash

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Light Table Activities - Fine Motor

Light Table Activities

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An interesting read, especially for early childhood teachers!

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Hickies - the elastic lacing system that turns sneakers into slip-ons. Stocking stuffer? Nathan NEEDS these!

HICKIES Elastic Lacing System

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Textured clothespins give an extra twist on fine motor development by adding a sensory component. Post from Child Central Station. Pinned by SPD Blogger Network. For more sensory-related pins, see pinterest.com/spdbn

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Over Responsive/Under Responsive/Sensory Seeking Chart for SPD (Sensory Processing Disorder)

My Life with my AuSome Son: Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD)

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