Dental Care For Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder
Tooth Brushing can be difficult for children with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). Find tips to help your nighttime routine and reduce anxiety surrounding oral hygiene.Read more →
Why Does My Child Chew?
Why do kids chew on their shirts and how you can help. This fidgeting behaviour is due to a sensory need which helps children reduce stress and anxiety. It can be particular prevalent among individuals with autism and ADHD.Read more →
What is Oral Hyposensitivity Gustatory Sensory Processing Disorder?
10 signs of Gustatory Oral Hyposensitivity Sensory Processing Disorder to look for
What is Oral Hypersensitivity Gustatory Sensory Processing Disorder?
10 signs of Gustatory Oral Hypersensitivity Sensory Processing Disorder to look for
Munchables Turns 8!
Thank you to all of my customers during the last eight years. This has been an incredible journey of growth personally and professionally.Read more →
Mindful Breathing Activities For Children
Teaching our children to be mindful, is teaching them long term life skills that will help them as they grow. These life skills will minimize their anxiety and stress, improve their focus, increase their happiness and improve their ability to cope when they find life getting too overwhelming or overstimulating. Make mindful activities a positive part of their day. This...Read more →
Heavy Work Activities
Heavy work can be great calming activities for children and adults who have Sensory Processing Disorder. Heavy work activities are great for decreasing anxiety and regulating our sensory proprioceptive system. Heavy work is lifting, pushing or pulling. Children and adults with Sensory Processing Disorder or Autism often need to chew to self regulate. The more sensory input they have in...Read more →
Inspirational Quotes For Special Needs Parents
Inspirational Quotes for Parents of children with autism, ADHD and more.Read more →
20 Ideas for A Successful Sensory Christmas
Try keeping to your routine as much as possible. Using a visual schedule can be helpful. Remember, it's ok to have only close family over for Christmas. If you decide to go out, explain your child’s sensory challenges to family and friends ahead of time. Have a designated quiet space set aside for your child to be alone if they...Read more →