http://chasinghazel.com/2014/10/hand-strenthening-ot-down-syndrome.html 2 Occupational Therapy Activities that promote muscle development in the hands. I do them with my daughter who has Down syndrome.
Over 80 amazing proprioceptive activities that provide powerful and lasting proprioceptive input. These simple ideas can be used quickly to calm, focus, alert. Tap the link to check out fidgets and sensory toys!
SUMMARY: DIY weighted lap band to help fidgety kids calm down. CONNECTIONS: Kiddos on the spectrum needing that sensory. Have multiple in an area for kids to grab when they need it Students help make these TARGET AGE: early elementary grade
Got a student who drags people into power struggles? Giving the student choices can help reduce those behaviors. Check out some ways to make it work. (How to give choices and improve even the most challenging behaviors)
Sensory seating is used for students who may have difficulty processing information from their senses and from the world around them. Tennis balls on the seat and backrest provide an alternative texture to improve sensory regulation. Students with .