Get helpful tips on the signs, symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of sensory processing disorder (SPD). Discover fun and helpful sensory processing disorder activities for kids.
Free Tutorial on how to make a DIY Weighted Blanket - Can help calm people with Autism!
A Fun & Easy Visual Processing Activity. Fun way to work on a variety of vision skills as well as having the added sensory benefits of handling play-dough.
You've probably heard people talking about it. Maybe you wondered what they were talking about, but didn't want to ask? What is sensory processing anyway?
Make that rock collection your kids have into a fun sensory experience this summer! Create ice rocks in this simple toddler and preschooler sensory activity.
Do you wonder if your child has more sensory related difficulties that you aren't aware of? Don't miss these sensory red flags.
Why do kids chew on things? Here are 5 things to know about the kid who chews on everything with products from Chewigem
Celebrate your kid's love of all things Minions with this super simple Minions playdough kit for busy families and busy kids!
What is Sensory Processing Disorder? Join us in a series that explains the ins and outs of sensory processing. Find ideas, information and resources.
Autism Guide for Parents: Slang, Acronyms and Jargon
ADHD vs SPD: The problem with telling the difference between ADHD and SPD is they can often present in similar ways. Learn the differences.
What are the signs of an anxious toddler? Some signs are not as obvious as parents might think! Here are 10 common signs of toddler anxiety.
Does your child struggle with negative emotions? These resources are incredibly helpful for any family.
A blog about Occupational Therapy ideas, crafts, handwriting and cursive writing activities, visual perceptual skills, sensory processing.
Let's continue the fun with these wonderfully dirty, mud sensory activities. Don't say goodbye to the mud puddles of Spring.
Some days you just gotta congratulate yourself because no one is going to do it for you. Oh no, YOU have to stop and celebrate that special needs victory!
You can make easy DIY colored salt in just minutes and then you have amazing materials for lots of sensory play, including this fun rainbow sensory bin.