She is a teacher and has so many ideas to help with classroom needs. Meeting Sensory Needs Use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly!

She is a teacher and has so many ideas to help with classroom needs. Meeting Sensory Needs Use a hairband and it works too! Really helps student GRIP correctly!

Everyday Tools to help with Everyday Behaviors | Pinning as a reminder! Love these ideas for sensory input #parenting #sensoryfix @projectsensory

Everyday Tools to help with Everyday Behaviors | Pinning as a reminder! Love these ideas for sensory input #parenting #sensoryfix @projectsensory

Items to Include in in a Sensory Room or Play room for child with sensory processing disorder.

9 Things to Include in Your Sensory Room

Items to Include in in a Sensory Room or Play room for child with sensory processing disorder.

hacks tips and ideas for kids who have sensory processing disorder or spd

35 Sensory Aids and Ideas to aid with SPD

If this is your child, you know they're not the same thing.

The Difference Between Tantrums and Sensory Meltdowns

Heavy work play time ideas for kids - great suggestions for kids with autism and/or sensory processing disorder from And Next Comes L

50 Heavy Work Activities for Kids {Free Printable}

Heavy work play time ideas for kids - great suggestions for kids with autism and/or sensory processing disorder from And Next Comes L

What is the right-sized weighted blanket? OTs recommend: kids - 10% body weight plus 1-2 lbs Adults - 5% to 10% of ideal body weight

What is the right-sized weighted blanket? OTs recommend: kids - 10% body weight plus 1-2 lbs Adults - 5% to 10% of ideal body weight

Question for the Social OTs:  Tamsin asks:  I would like to brainstorm with all the OTs here different ways in which we can simulate what it feels like for kids who have SPD.  These ideas can then be used for teachers and parents in workshops so  that they can get an idea of what the children experience on a day-to-day  basis.  Please respond/comment HERE on this pin.

Question for the Social OTs: Tamsin asks: I would like to brainstorm with all the OTs here different ways in which we can simulate what it feels like for kids who have SPD. These ideas can then be used for teachers and parents in workshops so that they can get an idea of what the children experience on a day-to-day basis. Please respond/comment HERE on this pin.

sensory sleepy time... not JUST for kids; 4 of these 5 make a huge difference in my falling asleep quickly

Sensory-Friendly Tips for Kids Who Have Trouble Sleeping

sensory sleepy time... not JUST for kids; 4 of these 5 make a huge difference in my falling asleep quickly

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