Deaf-Blind Client Bilateral/Sensory Manipulation Activities to Develop Fine-Motor Skills

This client is blind, deaf and developmentally disabled. He appears to enjoy insertion tasks, but will stop if they are…

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How to Provide Proprioception: Using Resistive Fine-Motor Activities

Squeeze, Push, Pull! Activities that involve squeezing, pushing or pulling provide proprioceptive sensory stimulation to the hand joints and muscles.…

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Functional Vision Do-It-Yourself Activities

What is Functional Vision? In my book From Flapping to Function: A Parent’s Guide to Autism and  Hand Skills,  I describe…

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What is a Sensory Modulation Disorder?

Types of Sensory Processing Disorders  Understanding Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD) is complex because there are three primary diagnostic groups, and…

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Seating Adaptations for Sensory Processing Disorders

Benefits of Seating Adaptations Seating adaptations are designed to promote safety, comfort and function. For example, harness straps enable someone…

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