Stretchy Ring and Ball Activity for Children with Sensory Processing Disorders

RecyclingOTPublished: August 15, 2017Updated: August 16, 201732 views
Published: August 15, 2017Updated: August 16, 2017

Children and adults with autism, sensory processing disorders or other developmental disabilities often engage best when materials provide stimulation that meets their sensory needs.

For example, it feels good to push and pull a ball attached to the table with elastic cord. This client needs frequent prompts to persist at most activities. However, he enjoys this type of sensory stimulation- the sensation to skin, muscles and joints as he pushes and pulls materials.

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