PUlling Objects Out of Sensory Socks

RecyclingOTPublished: November 2, 2017Updated: November 6, 2017141 views
Published: November 2, 2017Updated: November 6, 2017

The young man in this video typically does not like to use his hands together to stabilize materials. His attention span is very short and after a few repetitions he usually throws or pushes objects away. I knew that he liked deep pressure and his eyes lit up when he felt his arm inside the tight sock as he removed objects. I am sure that he would do even better if there were an electric toothbrush attached to the bottom. However, I am very proud of him for telling me that he wanted "more" and attending for over a minute....
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