Teaching Social Skills for Life

Not everyone is born with an innate ability to socialize. For some people, including those with special needs, the ability to communicate, interpret and respond to feelings, expressions and emotions can be a big challenge. Yet we can learn to communicate with just a few great tools and with practice. … Read More

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Wearable Weights for Your Sensory Diet

  Weight may not help your waistline but wearable weights can do wonders for your ability to modulate, interpret and regulate sensory information. Position the weight on the joints to help develop spatial and body awareness, and act as an organizing force for the brain and nervous system.   You … Read More

Fidgeting Again? 5 Moves for You!

By now you may be the proud owner of a fidget or perhaps even a collection of professionally designed fidgets.  You’ve witnessed or personally experienced the positive impact of fidgeting: sharper focus, increased calm, and self-regulation to name a few. Fidgeting helps many people function better. However, to avoid going … Read More