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from The VisionHelp Blog

The Vestibular System and EOMs – Part 2

The Vestibular System and EOMs - Part 2

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from Growing Hands-On Kids

How the Vestibular System Affects Your Child's Behavior

How does the vestibular system affect your child's behavior? Find out from an Occupational Therapy perspective.

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from The Inspired Treehouse

SENSORY PROCESSING: THE VESTIBULAR SYSTEM

This site is a tool that OTs can reference when explaining to parents how the vestibular system works, while also giving parents ideas of how to play at the playground in a manner that will help develop the vestibular system.

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from Integrated Learning Strategies

Books and Resources for Occupational Therapists, Parents and Educators

Important Books and Resources for Occupational Therapists, Parents and Educators | ilslearningcorner.com

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The vestibular system. Pinned by Jump Start Centre provider of therapy services to children based in Essex, UK. For more great ideas and resources follow us at www.pinterest/jumpstartcentre

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from The Inspired Treehouse

THE BEST TOYS FOR VESTIBULAR DEVELOPMENT

The best toys for development of the vestibular system as recommended by therapists. #vestibular #sensory #pediot

from Oompa Toys

Labyrinth Balance Board, Classic

The original Labyrinth Balance Board is a favorite for children, teenagers, and adults. While kids move the wooden marbles (included) through the maze, they will develop coordination, strength, balanc

Savvy Advocate Mom and More: Sensory Strategies: Hidden Senses - This is why we have to develop other muscles. Learning depends on being able to control your body and being able to understand where you are in space and time. Changing from a passive inhabitant of his/her body to an active "driver" makes a stunning amount of difference in how a student approaches academic learning.

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from Integrated Learning Strategies

Vestibular System: Your Child’s Internal GPS System for Motor Planning and Attention

Vestibular System: Your Child’s Internal GPS System for Motor Planning and Attention | ilslearningcorner.com

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