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Parents often ask me for my favorite Sensory Resources. I recently did a parent workshop to speak about OT tips and trick for children with Sensory Processing Difficulties. I decided to put together a simple list of my go-to books, toys, and equipment for Sensory Processing. So here it is!
SENSORY INTEGRATION BOOKS
Books are always a great Sensory Resource! These are my go to books, for kids and parents.
Kids need to move! Here are my favorite Sensory Resources that provide Movement.
DEEP PRESSURE INPUT
Deep pressure over large portions of the body can be very calming.
I’ve written a lot of posts about fidgets and tactile materials for kids. A really good fidget is quiet, unobtrusive, and really tactile!
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Check back! I will continually add to this list as I discover new favorites. If you have a favorite, please let us know- we love to discover new resources!
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