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Surviving Quarantine with Your Sensory Children, part one

Surviving Quarantine with Your Sensory Children: A Parents’ Guide, part one of two We interrupt your regularly-scheduled programming We’re going to take a short break from discussing how to ease transitions in general for sensory ch..

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Easing Transitions for Sensory Children, part four

Easing Transitions for Sensory Children Strategies to solve sticky situations, part four Forge a foundation for fluid transitioning “Routine is a ground to stand on.” — Henry David Thoreau   In this post, we’re g..

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Easing Transitions for Sensory Children, part three

Easing Transitions for Sensory Children Strategies to solve sticky situations, part two Set the scene for successful transitions “Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.” — Alexander Graham Bell   In t..

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Easing Transitions for Sensory Children, (Part two)

Easing Transitions for Sensory Children Strategies to solve sticky situations, part two Set the scene for successful transitions “Before anything else, preparation is the key to success.” — Alexander Graham Bell   In t..

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Easing Transitions for Sensory Children, part one

Easing Transitions for Sensory Children Strategies to solve sticky situations, part one It’s time for dinner, honey. Aaaaaaaand — from zero to meltdown in five seconds. We’ve all been there, right? And with SPD kids, we’..

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THE PRACTICAL BACKPACK 121 tips for adapting your sensory child’s environment, part two

THE PRACTICAL BACKPACK Strategies and tips for situations and behaviors   Quick personal physical and emotional adaptation tips for your sensory child Here’s the conclusion of this two-part Practical Backpack series of quick environ..

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THE PRACTICAL BACKPACK 121 tips for adapting your sensory child’s environment, part one

THE PRACTICAL BACKPACK Strategies and tips for situations and behaviors   Quick sensory adaptation tips to make life easier for your sensory child In this post and the next you’ll find 121 quick and easy tips and strategies for ever..

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Make a World of Difference to Your Child’s World (Part 2 of 2)

Make a World of Difference to Your Child’s World Adapting the environment for sensory children, part two Making it personal In the last post, we discussed visual, auditory, and olfactory accommodations you can make to your child’s e..

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Make a World of Difference to Your Child’s World (Part 1 of 2)

Make a World of Difference to Your Child’s World Adapting the environment for sensory children, part one Act rather than react If you wait until your child melts down or shuts down, and then you pull out strategies to resolve the situatio..

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School Lunch (Part 2 of 2)

School Lunch Following a sensory diet at school, part 2 What types of accommodations can you expect for your child? You, your child’s OT, and the school will collaborate as a team to develop specific recommendations for your specific chil..

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