Auditory Processing Disorder 101

Auditory Processing Disorder 101

Please share: Auditory processing disorders are often masked as other things. Sometimes, people think kids aren’t paying attention or are daydreaming. In fact, it can take the brain some extra time to process the information coming through the auditory system....
5 Ways to Add Movement to Learning

5 Ways to Add Movement to Learning

Please share: Sit Still and Pay Attention!How many times have we heard this in our lives? I know my generation was expected to sit without fidgeting or moving during learning activities. If we didn’t, there was punishment or reprimand. Unfortunately, things are...
Fingerprint Farm Animals

Fingerprint Farm Animals

Please share: Making fingerprints is not only a fun activity for little kids, but it also encourages the development of fine motor skills. Fingerprint farm animals are a fun way to teach children about animals, letters, and fine motor skills all at the same time! Kids...
Puberty in Autism & Sensory Processing Disorder –  5 Tips for Teens

Puberty in Autism & Sensory Processing Disorder – 5 Tips for Teens

Please share: How Can I Help My Teenager with Autism or SPD To Learn About Sex, Masturbation, & Menstruation?This post comes from one of my readers. It’s a question I’m asked quite often.  The sense of interoception (our body’s eighth sensory...

Easter Activity Ideas plus FREE Lunchbox Notes

Please share: Easter is almost here! I always love this time of year because of Spring and new beginnings. I am filled with joy and excitement for things to come when Easter rolls around. It’s fun to bring color to therapeutic activities. Here are some of my...
Movement and Sensory Pathway – How-To Create Your OWN….Video included

Movement and Sensory Pathway – How-To Create Your OWN….Video included

Please share: Movement and Sensory Pathways – How To Create Your OWN! I’m super excited to share this post with you. Why? You’ve seen them, cool movement paths stuck to the floors of schools and therapy clinics everywhere! Just where did they get the...

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