The Key to Self-Regulation...
Introception: How I Feel Sensing My World From the Inside Out
Many people struggle with sensory processing difficulties. Regulating emotions, knowing when to eat, drink, go to the toilet, and feeling your breathing and heart rate all depend on our internal awareness.
- Introducing the new “organ friends” to help your child learn about feelings, emotions, and body sensations.
- Packed with activities to do today!
- Anger Chart
- Positive and negative emotions naming activities
Interoception: How I Feel
Interoception is a critical sense of what we feel and helps us understand what is going on inside of our body.
Today’s children often struggle with fidgeting, decreased attention, and immature motor patterns, which manifest themselves through frustration and behavior issues.
The Parent’s Guide to Occupational Therapy for Autism and Other Special Needs
With the help of this handy guide, you can bring tried and tested occupational therapy activities into your home and encourage your child to succeed with everyday tasks, all while having fun in the process.
The Special Needs School Survival Guide
An in-depth handbook that will answer your questions about school accommodations, autism, Sensory Processing Disorder, individual education programs, and more.
The Weighted Blanket Guide
Providing everything you need to know about the use of weighted blankets to help with sensory integration, improve sleep, ease chronic pain and more. Based on the latest research, this book dispels the online myths surrounding weighted blankets.
My Mighty Mito
This is the perfect book for your child! It has colorful and fun illustrations. Mitochondrial disease affects people of all ages. Often, children benefit from books which explain symptoms and feelings in clear wording and bright photos.
52 Weeks of OT
“52 Weeks of OT” is here to make planning for your sessions easier, giving you more time to work directly with your students. All activities and lessons have been crafted and compiled over ten years.