Deep Pressure Sensory Processing Activity: Pulling Rings off Cord Inside Sock

RecyclingOTPublished: August 4, 2018Updated: August 6, 201812 views
Published: August 4, 2018Updated: August 6, 2018

Pulling objects out of a tight sock provides deep pressure sensory stimulation to skin, muscles and joints. This activity adaptation adds the complexity of pulling the rings off of the cord that is attached inside the long sock.

This client is visually impaired and frequently seeks sensory stimulation by shaking her head. I think that she enjoys this type of repetitive sensory-based activity that offers a greater challenge that simply inserting objects into an opening.

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