If you've taken your child to any form of therapy outside your house, you've likely heard about sensory rooms. Sensory rooms are beneficial to kids with: Sensory processing disorderAutismADHDOther conditions Sometimes due to busy schedules or issues with stimuli, attending sensory processing disorder therapy outside the house may be difficult. This is where creating a sensory room…Read more
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Therapeutic listening is an evidence-based type of therapy for people of any age, particularly for those with a sensory processing disorder. It's mostly targeted toward children, however. In this therapy, the patient listens to specialized music using headphones to help learn skills like: Sensory integrationAttentionCommunicationSocial skillsNavigating and perceiving space How People Experience Therapeutic Listening Everybody has…Read more
If you have a child with a sensory processing disorder (SPD), there are many challenges you face that other parents don't. Children with SPD who is over-sensitive often aren't accommodated with everyday settings. They may find stimuli overwhelming such as: Physical touch Light Noise Food For under-sensitive children, they may crave too much stimulation it's difficult…Read more
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