Hey everyone! We are so excited to share all of our knowledge, tips, and tricks related to feeding and sensory challenges! Today we talk about some of the different challenges associated with oral motor and sensory difficulties as it relates to picky eating. And of course we dive into all of our favorite strategies for you and your child to do at home! Enjoy!
Hey everyone! So excited to have you back for another episode! This episode is all about executive functioning and self-regulation. What an important topic! Something that we work on everyday without even thinking about it! So here we are to give you all the tips, tricks, and strategies that you can use at home (or in therapy if you’re a therapist!). Thanks so much for joining us!
Hi friends! Thanks for joining us today while we talk about all things auditory! As always, we will talk about the auditory system, what it looks like when a child has challenges in this area, and last but not least we will give you all our favorite tips, tricks, and strategies to increase your child’s ability to process and modulate auditory input!
Hey everyone! Thanks for joining us today! We are excited to talk to you about OCD and Autism in today’s episode - we received a question related to these two diagnoses so we wanted to dive in and hopefully provide you guys with some insights and some strategies!
In today's episode, we are breaking down the term Bilateral Integration for you! We are sharing our knowledge on the topic, as well as what deficits in this area might look like, and our favorite toys and games to address bilateral integration in everyday activities! Hope you learn lots! Thanks for joining us!
Let’s talk about one of our hidden senses - the vestibular system. This is a very important part of sensory integration and most children with sensory processing challenges will have significant difficulties processing and modulation vestibular input throughout their day. Rachel and Jessica give you the low-down on what this system is, how it works, and how you can incorporate it into your child’s daily routine to help with emotional regulation, attention, safety, and overall success with daily routines.