HALLOWEEN TIPS FOR THE SENSORY SENSITIVE CHILD

Getting ready to trick-or-treat?  Candy, treats, parties, parades, costumes, masks, makeup…it all sounds like lots and LOTS of fun, but for the sensory sensitive child, it may feel like a challenge.   If your child has some difficulty with sensory processing (the interpretation and response to sight, sound, touch, taste, and perception of movement and position) Halloween may actually feel … Continue reading HALLOWEEN TIPS FOR THE SENSORY SENSITIVE CHILD

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A Child’s Job is to Learn and Play

October is Occupational Therapy (OT) month! For those families who are new to OT this school year, you might be wondering what OT is all about. A young child’s occupation is to learn and to play. An OT can help a child to develop skills to succeed in this occupation. There are several areas that … Continue reading A Child’s Job is to Learn and Play