Little Miss Kimberly Ann: Bead box for sensory input and kids with Autism
5 ways to use a yoga mat besides yoga
Stability balls with removal covers for sensory needs. LOVE IT!!! (potterybarn teen -$150)
Finger Gym - marbles and washers. (Inspiration came from Your Therapy Source)
help meet chewing needs
#OTLifehack - share your hacks using the hashtag. Life hacks are shortcuts and tips that solve everday problems.
Fun pom pom game for kids.
Uneek Creations Weighted blankets and lap pads
Fidget Rings help to increase focus in children who can't sit still or are diagnosed with ADHD. Repinned by Autism Classroom. Follow us at http://www.pinterest.com/autismclassroom/
HEAVY WORK CHORES that Help Calm and Focus | Free Chore Chart Printable for Home, School and Outside
Sensory Preferences Worksheet to determine sensory diet activities for different situations.
Occupational Therapy: Hand strengthening activity! Have kids feed the tennis ball using beads or crumpled up tissue paper.
NEED! Play Therapy for Adults Mohdoh for adults is the great "squidgy" meeting of aromatherapy, tactile-play therapy and color therapy. Each of the nontoxic, vibrantly hued, moldable doughs ($8) is infused with lovely smelling essential oils. #relaxation
Sensory pull handles are a versatile therapy tool, http://www.RecyclingOT.com
What is "Authentic" Assessment? | Edutopia | #Education #Schools #Teachers #Students #Parents #Learning #PBL
sensory integration ideas for children who chew
boot camp ball to work on therapy activities
Working the net-swing lying in a prone position on your stomach with ropes, poles, toys, and throwing games gives a kid strength and endurance, rotational and linear vestibular input, and enhanced timing sequences.
DIY putty activities
Top 15 Sensory Strategies for Homework! The sensory strategies apply to ALL children, and are of utmost important for sensory kiddos
Pediatric Occupational Therapy Tips: Sensory Diet Activities. Pinned by SOS Inc. Resources. Follow all our boards at pinterest.com/sostherapy for therapy resources.
Book: Tools for Teens: Sensory Integration: Diana Henry, Tammy Wheeler, Deanna Iris Sava