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.
The Reason I Jump: The Inner Voice of a Thirteen‐Year‐Old Boy with Autism and Fall Down 7 Times Get Up 8 by Naoki Higashida. These two books were written by a young man from Japan who has a diagnosis of severe ‘non‐verbal’ autism. He learned to finger spell, and eventually to type. These books provide […]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.