Ideas for Sensory Problems

Nadia Shanab | autism, general advice, parenting
27 Jun 2010

This is a list of things you can do or use to help children with sensory disorders. I will talk in more details about each one in future articles:

  1. “Write-on wipe-off” board
  2. Weighted vest
  3. Trampoline
  4. Massager
  5. Compressions and hands massage
  6. Bubbly cushion
  7. Bouncing ball
  8. Bean bag
  9. Bean tub
  10. Ball chair
  11. Play dough
  12. Balance beam
  13. Physical activities
  14. Spinner
  15. Breathing

These are some out of many other ideas. Stay tuned for more details.

Mrs. A

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  1. home data entry says:

    Exceptionally nicely written. I do not usually write comments on blogs. But I find the article that you’ve written on your blog has very insightful information. Thanks.

  2. Armor says:

    I have a son w/sensory issues and found you thogurh Miss Cindy {above commenter} Thank you for these links I’m going to spend some time on them Amanda {Enchanting Havoc} recently posted..

  3. Mrs. A says:

    Dear Amanda,
    I hope the tips about the sensory integrated issues in my blog help your son overcome some of his discomfort. Please let me know if you have any question.
    Wish you success with theses ideas.