"Sensory Rings" Help Children with Autism or Sensory Processing Disorders

RecyclingOTPublished: June 29, 2017Updated: June 30, 201787 views
Published: June 29, 2017Updated: June 30, 2017

Children with autism, sensory processing disorders or other types of developmental disabilities often find heavy pressure from using heavy or tight squeezing materials calming. They may seek this type of sensation by crashing into cushions or people! This video shows how to make "sensory rings" out of socks and supermarket bags. They are virtually free and quick to make. Moving the rings over the body develops body awareness and coordination while meeting the child's sensory needs. Learn more at RecyclingOT.com

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