Creating Push and Squeeze Activities for students with Sensory Processing Disorders

RecyclingOTPublished: May 30, 2017Updated: June 1, 201791 viewsVirality: 32%
Published: May 30, 2017Updated: June 1, 2017

Students or clients with sensory processing disorders often engage best when using materials that require force. These activities provide "resistance" and heavy pressure sensory stimulation to muscles and joints. The video shows how motivated and fun it is to get sensory stimulation while also strengthening hands and developing coordination. Please visit my website for more information at RecyclingOT .com

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