Try to go to bed at the same time every night Make sure the room is dark and quiet Keep a cool and comfortable room Do relaxing things like listening to music, reading and taking a warm shower or bath Listen to calming ocean sounds or nature sounds Get exposure from the sun or bright […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Is your child: Constantly bumping into others or objects? Uncoordinated and clumsy? Constantly chewing on a shirt/pencil? Having difficulty attending and sitting still? All of these are signs that they may be in need of additional proprioceptive input to help calm and organize their body. Heavy work activities are also called […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Here are four fun Spring activities to enjoy with your children over Spring Break, or on weekends: Play on the Playground Playgrounds offer excellent opportunities for peer interaction and movement that improves muscle strength, balance, and coordination. Take a Walk Walking is a great time to bond with your child while encouraging physical activity. Go […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Touching the inside of a pumpkin is one of the ultimate tactile experiences. Cut the top off a pumpkin and let your children put their hands inside. Ask them to separate the seeds to bake for a snack (only if they are able to chew hard textures). If touching the inside of the pumpkin is […]Continue Reading... No Comments.