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Easy Tennis Ball Activities For Vestibular Sensory Play

Tennis Ball Movement Activities Easy Gross Motor Vestibular Sensory Processing Activities! Create these quick and easy tennis ball games for vestibular sensory processing! Great ideas for sensory seekers and all active kids! We love simple games. These vestibular sensory games can be played indoors or outdoors. Make sure to check out our jumping lines game and our gross motor sensory games for more active play and vestibular sensory input. Materials needed Tennis Balls Bucket (to hold all…

Kinesthesia vs. Proprioception: What’s The Difference? - The Sensory Toolbox

Kinesthesia and proprioception can be confused as the same thing. But, they're not! The difference between the two makes a big difference in...

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Toe Walking in Children

Toe Walking in Children; Background and Treatment Ideas to address toe walking; Idiopathic Toe Walking in Children; Physical Therapy Toe Walking

Primitive Motor Reflexes & Their Impact on a Child's Function

This Blog and Infographic will review tonic reflexes, their significance if the reflex persists beyond the typical age range, and the possible impact on a child’s functioning and role performance. Last but not least, this blog will suggest therapeutic interventions that are known to help inhibit the activation of tonic reflexes and advance postural control as a foundation for optimal functioning.

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Fine Motor Skills. 9 Core Strengthening Activities for Kids That Improve Fine Motor Skills

Get 9 Core Strengthening Activities your kids can do at home that will improve their fine motor skills while still having fun!

Pediatric Exercise Handbook

Pediatric Exercise Handbook: A Developmental How-To for Parents and Clinicians [Middleton, Katlin, Baker, Lauren] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pediatric Exercise Handbook: A Developmental How-To for Parents and Clinicians

Teaching Children to Catch

Teaching children to catch; ball play skills children; object manipulation kids; Pediatric Physical Therapy; kids activities

Isolating Finger Movements

Help your child to isolate finger movements - vital for many fine motor activities, playing musical instruments and keyboarding!

Strength and Balance: 20 Super Fun Core Exercises for Kids

20 super fun core exercises for kids to help strengthen weak core muscles for better focus! Perfect for kids with autism, ADHD, and SPD!

40 Proprioceptive Input Activities

Proprioceptive input activities throughout the day improves sensory integration, self-regulation, and also prevents inappropriate sensory seeking behaviors.

How Does The Proprioceptive System Work? - Sensory Processing

The proprioceptive system is comprise of sensory receptors in our joints, muscles, and skin that work together to build body awareness.

Proprioceptive Input -40 Proprioceptive Input Activities for Sensory Seekers

Proprioceptive input activities throughout the day improves sensory integration, self-regulation, and also prevents inappropriate sensory seeking behaviors.

Joint Compressions for Calming - Kids Play Smarter

Learn the technique of joint compressions which provides proprioceptive input to help your child's body become calm, relaxed, and more organized.

Bilateral Coordination Activities - The OT Toolbox

Bilateral coordination activities are essential for coordinated and fluid movements that require both sides of the body. Also called bilateral integration, the movements of both hands together in activities requires processing and integration of both hemispheres of the brain to enable both hands working together at the same time. Without bilateral coordination, a child might ... Read more