Tag: Sensory Processing

Webinars

Understand your child’s behavior and fulfill their sensory needs

In this webinar, we will examine how each of the senses plays an active role in your loved one’s autistic behaviors; review current research showing how autistic symptoms may be linked to sensory processing problems; discuss an effective, evidence-based therapy that can reduce these sensory processing issues.

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Homemade Natural Food Coloring Recipe
Eating

Color, a sensory trick to try as you help your child with autism eat better

Some recent research may help us find ways to use our kids’ sensory processing difficulties to help them eat a wider variety of foods. Children with autism and Asperger’s may often refuse food because of a concern with any or all of the following sensory inputs: Temperature (e.g. only tolerates lukewarm food), Texture (e.g. refuses any crunchy food), Odor (e.g.

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Improve your brain by exploring new textures
Eating

Improve the brain’s processing of touch by exploring new textures

[av_section min_height=” min_height_px=’500px’ padding=’default’ shadow=’no-shadow’ bottom_border=’no-border-styling’ scroll_down=” id=” color=’main_color’ custom_bg=” src=” attach=’scroll’ position=’top left’ repeat=’no-repeat’ video=” video_ratio=’16:9′ video_mobile_disabled=” overlay_enable=” overlay_opacity=’0.5′ overlay_color=” overlay_pattern=” overlay_custom_pattern=”] [av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=” admin_preview_bg=”] Scientists have used MRI to see which areas of the brain light up when we touch something. They found that different areas of the brain are used

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Learning

Sensory Enrichment protocol: memory of sound and touch

These new tools will improve the child’s learning abilities, and their capacity to store information in more than one area. This exercise will also help the development of auditory processing and selectivity which are deficiencies in children with autism.

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