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How to make a quick and easy fluffy slime with just 3 household ingredients. This is one of the fluffiest, stretchiest and squishiest slimes we have ever played with!

How to make a quick and easy fluffy slime with just 3 household ingredients. This is one of the fluffiest, stretchiest and squishiest slimes we have ever played with! 1 cup glue, 3 cups shaving cream, and Tablespoons contact lens solution.

The Playful Otter: Therapy Ball Activities Fun Deck

The Playful Otter: Therapy Ball Activities Fun Deck - Tap the pin if you love super heroes too! you will LOVE these super hero fitness shirts!

Sensory integration treatment ideas and tips for Occupational Therapists, parents, and educators for students in classrooms, at home, and in outpatient treatment clinics. This is a great resource for children with Autism, SPD, and sensory integration needs or deficits.

This is a great resource for children with Autism, SPD, and sensory integration needs or deficits. Children having opportunities for sensory integration during wait times will help relieve stress and keep their minds focused on a task.

I asked parents this question: You Know You’re an SPD Parent When… The Sensory Spectrum received so many responses I’ve been releasing them in different posts. And now it’s time for the third installation! Finish this sentence… “You know you’re an SPD parent when ____.” You’re happy your kid has his meltdown at home and … … Continue reading →

How to tell a skeptical spouse your child has a Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Spouse may not want to hear your child has a learning challenge.

What is Wrong with W Sitting | The Sensory Spectrum

A pediatric therapist addresses the developmental concerns related to W-Sitting. This post explains the w-sitting concerns and why you should pay attention.

Sleep Solutions for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder

Sleep Solutions for Kids with Sensory Processing DisorderTap the link to check out great fidgets and sensory toys. Happy Hands make Happy People!

Is your child's behavior truly a behavior or could it be an underlying sensory processing problem? Come find out!

An interesting Read. Is your child's behavior a true behavior or sensory processing problems? Behaviour is sensory related so this makes perfect sense. I bet there are a Lot of families that would benefit from this shared knowledge 💭