8 Tips to Give Sensory Therapy to Your Child’s Mouth

WORK for the mouth?  That’s ridiculous…… Well, not really! As babies, we learn to calm ourselves through sucking. When a baby suckles, he begins to develop methods to regulate and organize. Additionally, sucking helps to develop speech patterns and helps to develop/mature the central nervous system!  However, not all babies can use sucking in these […]

Fun Sensory Matching Activity (Stereognosis)

Stereognosis is a hands-on tactile activity where we can use our sense of touch to feel items without using our visual skills. Here’s a quick and easy activity you can try at home, classroom, or clinic.