Sensory Processing refers to the way a person’s nervous system receives sensory messages and turns them into responses. These senses include sight (vision), sound (auditory), touch (tactile), taste (gustatory), body position (proprioception) and movement (vestibular). Most people receive and organize these messages effortlessly into adaptive physiological and behavioral responses.
What are Sensory Motor Skills?
This is the perfect Educational handout to learn all about Sensory Motor Skills and Academic Impacts.Download File
STRATEGIES TO HELP CHILDREN WITH SENSORY CHALLENGES: Daily Living Skills – Poor Tolerance for Tooth Brushing
Does your child refuse to allow a toothbrush into his/her mouth? Does your child gag or show other physical reactions to tooth brushing? This 3 PAGE PDF includes tips, strategies, and techniques to prepare your child before and during tooth brushing. It also includes tips and recommended tooth brushes.Download File
STRATEGIES TO HELP CHILDREN WITH SENSORY CHALLENGES: Community Skills – Getting a Hair Cut
Does your child get very upset and/or refuse to go to a barber shop/hair stylist? Does your child only tolerate a very brief visit to the hair stylist? This 2 PAGE PDF will provide you with tips and strategies to help your child get a hair cut.Download File
Strategies to Help Children with Sensory Challenges: Daily Living Skills – Difficulty with Bathing
Does your child avoid the bathtub or bathroom, cry or scream when put in the tub, and/or get very upset about having his or her hair washed? This handout includes tips and strategies to: 1) prepare the bathroom environment, 2) use during bath time, and 3) after bath time.Download File
Sensory Processing: Basic Information Guide
Includes (1) What is Sensory Integration Disorder and Treatment? (2) The Sensory Systems, and (3) Terms and Definitions related to Sensory Integration.Download File
Back to School: A Sensory Story
This Sensory Story Includes: 34 Different Story Pages and Sensory Strategies. Personalize title page. Simply print, select pages and place in the correct sequence in the story book. Once all pages are properly arranged, staple on the left. Enjoy reading with your child!Download File
Halloween Tips for Children with Sensory Processing Challenges
Halloween can be very overwhelming for children with sensory processing challenges. With special planning for your child’s needs and preferences, Halloween can be enjoyable. This FREE Printable handout will provide tips and tools to use during the Halloween season.Download File