Hand Washing Resources

Hand Washing Resources

Hand Washing Now that kids are back in school, cold and flu season is just around the corner! Hand washing is important year-round, but especially right now. For some kids, this can be a tricky skill to learn, whether it is because they are still learning how to sequence the steps, bilateral coordination is challenging […]

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Proprioception 101

Proprioception 101

Proprioceptive Sensory Input Proprioception is one of our sensory systems, which detects pressure/stretching in joints and muscles. You are constantly using proprioceptive sensory input to keep upright, grab items, adjust the intensity of your movements, and detect your body in space. One of the amazing applications of proprioception involves targeting this input to promote a […]

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Fourth of July Social Story

Fourth of July Social Story

It’s Almost the Fourth of July! For many American’s, The Fourth of July is a fun holiday to spend with friends and family at picnics, parades, and firework shows. For kids with autism or sensory sensitivities, The Fourth of July can sometimes be over-stimulating or challenging for them for a variety of reasons. Our team […]

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Musical Animal Walks

Musical Animal Walks

Musical Animal Walks Summer is here and school is out! The summer heat can make it difficult to stay active, and irregular summer schedules can impact kids’ (and adults’!) sensory regulation. Pair music with animal walks for fun, structured indoor movement breaks during these long summer days. Structured movement to music can help to support […]

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Spring Cleaning with Kids

Spring Cleaning with Kids

Spring Cleaning with Kids Looking to delegate some spring cleaning to your kids this year? Children of all ages can participate in household chores, but where should you start? Task analysis! What is Task Analysis? Task analysis is a teaching process that simplifies complex tasks (like chores) into smaller steps that are easier for children […]

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