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.
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.
Autism comes with several specific neurological differences that make learning about danger and looking right and left prior to crossing the street difficult. We will review these neurological differences and teach 4 techniques designed to compensate for the differences and stimulate brain plasticity to improve natural abilities and awareness.
Transfer water and matching colors, trying not to spill. Learning, following instructions, fine and gross motor skills, visual and tactile processing, memory.