Free Play! Sensory Activities for Children with Special Needs

Free play! Sensory activities for special needs children should go beyond play. While play is fun, it also has purpose, building social skills, problem solving, motor planning, and more. But free play, or play without purpose, is unstructured play and provides a much needed sensory break to be ourselves, live in … Read More

Smile! Oral Hygiene Tips for Kids and Adults with Sensory Challenges

Do you know someone who dreads a visit to the dentist? Exhibits poor oral hygiene? Since this is not an age related issue, there are teens and adults who don’t take good care of their teeth, avoid regular checkups and avoid their toothbrush altogether. This may be due to sensory integration and … Read More

Quick Guide Sensory Processing Disorder

Quick Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder for Newbies

Our Quick Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) for Newbies can help you identify behavior patterns and find helpful tools for the daily challenges.  Sensory Processing Disorder is a term we hear often. Though we all struggle with sensory overload at times, Sensory Processing Disorder has specific symptoms and treatments. Quick Guide … Read More