Sensory overload, communication delays, pressure to perform, understaffed classrooms are only a few of the reasons why children with autism struggle in regular classrooms. Sensory Enrichment Therapy can help re-wire the brain functions involved.
Category: Autism Therapy
Sensory enrichment strategies to help them feel more relaxed, Do’s and Don’ts when helping a child on the spectrum regulate their emotions,
Developmental milestones of writing and the pencil grip. Why it’s worth getting it right. Review of existing techniques. Sensory enrichment activities that can help.
“Yeah, just off these small things, there was a massive difference, just of the first night” This is the whole story… A few weeks ago we did a webinar on sleep with recommendations based our program of Sensory Enrichment Therapy. That webinar generated many questions and so we decided to pick one parent to conduct a follow-up interview to answer
In this webinar, we will be going over the factors that affect sleep and some techniques to help ease the bedtime process.
More often than not, autistic kids tend to not be open to trying new food and prefer to have chicken fingers for every meal, for example. There are a few sensory factors that play part in this issue: texture, color, smell and temperature.
There are 8 early stages of speech development in children: Eye contact, Spitting, Mouthing, Biting, Vocalizing, Imitating your sounds, Mama, dada, First word. All children, including those with autism, need to work through each of these milestones to develop natural speech.