Is your community returning to hosting public events? Is going to see the Easter bunny a stressful event for your family? Maybe your child experiences sensory overload? Bright lights, an unfamiliar setting, background music, strangers and many people moving about can make visiting the Easter bunny result in anxiety and meltdowns. You are not alone!
Blog Tag: sensory friendly
Stella Waterhouse, author, autism educator, is creating a solution, even in her retirement, to help people with Koloko Travel. Moreover, travel does not just mean abroad, but close to home too. Her personal experiences with sensory sensitivity have shaped her own understanding and leadership in the field. As Stella says, things still need to be explained, the deluge of information is part of our sensory overload.
Karine Gagner, parent and sensory tool innovator is on a mission to promote everyone’s development to their fullest. Her company, FDMT not only sells sensory products worldwide, but they create their own phenomenal sensory tools, like their line of weighted products, Manimo. Karine wanted something that not only helped children with sensory overload, but also that was like a friend to them.
Find sensory-friendly solutions in everyday life on our new podcast. For example, what are the best books to read to understand sensory challenges? Or, what products actually help you manage sensory sensitivity? How do families make changes for their children that deliver results in their day-to-day life? Where are the resources that make a difference? This is the first sensory podcast of its kind.
You are probably surprised to learn that you have eight senses. Though in truth, you have more than eight senses, nonetheless for today we are just going to stick to eight for the purposes of understanding your brain and body, sensory sensitivity, and sensory overload.
Help is here to understand the meaning of sensory friendly. In addition, you will also learn about your senses. First, know that sensory refers to any single sense. However, it also can refer to any of your eight senses. Second, your senses include what you see, hear, taste, touch, smell. Likewise, they also include your
Have you seen sensory-friendly movies advertised? Wonder what that phrase means? Many people do. Maybe you wonder… What: What do sensory-friendly movies mean? A sensory-friendly movie changes your sensory experience. This happens through what you hear. However, it also happens through what you see. Although the movie itself does not change. That is to say,
Are you trying to decide what type of chair socks, chair glides, or tennis balls for chairs to use in your classroom. Maybe at your workplace? Do you wonder why teachers put tennis balls on chairs? You might wonder if you should use chair feet covers or tennis balls for chairs in your own home.
Read a story of a DIY sensory-friendly transformation at a massage therapy practice. These changes have helped to attract more customers and garnered greater positive reviews from returning customers. Creating a sensory-friendly experience does two important things, it: Sensory-friendly solutions can be no or low cost This is a low-cost example of sensory-friendly changes. Becoming
Post-concussion Symptoms Have Changed My Life Forever. A fall down the stairs. Because I was in a hurry to get to work. And yes, there it was concussion by “whiplash!” I’m an occupational therapist with 25 years of experience. Even I didn’t know that you could have a concussion due to whiplash. Whiplash can occur without your