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Transition Strategies For Kids - Sensory Solutions

Transition Strategies

Transitioning between activities is a common trigger for meltdowns, tantrums, and undesired behaviors in children. Below is a list of tips and tricks to make

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bedtime routines

Bedtime Routine For Kids

Getting quality sleep is essential for children.  Bedtime routines are a consistent, repetitive set of activities that are carried out before bed every night. They

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Sensory Integration Therapy Tools

Weighted vest vs compression vest Both weighted and compression vests can be beneficial for children with sensory challenges. They’re typically recommended by occupational therapists to

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co-treatments

Benefits of Co-Treatments 

When it comes to therapy, whether that be occupational therapy, physical therapy, or speech therapy, quantity does not always beat quality. Co-treatments between disciplines could

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Oral Reflexes and Feeding

Babies are born with seven reflexes that assist them with feeding. In the typical developing baby, these reflexes integrate or “disappear,” and the baby then

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Bilingualism

Myths Speaking two or more languages to a child can “confuse” them, so it’s better only to speak one language. Bilingual children are delayed in

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