Sensory bins are a great way to include sensory exploration for hands-on learning. Exposure to a variety of sensory inputs is essential for healthy sensory processing.
Month: September 2015
Sensory Processing is one of my favourite topics and as someone who grew up with some sensory processing challenges and now as a professional working in occupational therapy I always find myself loving it when the topic of sensory processing comes up!
Find what is motivating for your student and incorporate this into the activities. If your student is motivated you will find they are able to maintain their attention for longer, will remember more of what you are teaching and will be better able to generalize these skills to other activities because they will have more engagement in the materials.
One of my favourite sayings at the moment is, “a diagnosis does not determine your future”.