Water Play for Infants

Water Play for Infants

Sarah describes how different elements of water play can be engaging and helpful for developing fine and gross motor skills. She provides a few products and at-home DIY projects for both younger and older infants, and even offers tips to make the water more visually...
Sensory Bins

Sensory Bins

Tune in to this week’s Tuesday’s Talks, Tips, and Tricks to learn how to make a sensory bin at home with Laura and Lauren! They cover different textures you can use for the sensory bin and some quick and easy tips for set-up! You don’t want to miss...
Tips for Touch!

Tips for Touch!

When we talk about sensory processing, one of the biggest areas of need in many of our kiddos is with touch. Check out Alexa’s video to learn about how children may be over- or under- responding to tactile (touch) input and how to...
The Vestibular System

The Vestibular System

This week’s Talks Tips and Tricks features our OT, Nicole, covering the vestibular system – one of our eight sensory systems! The vestibular system is responsible for recognizing when our body is in motion! When this system is out of sync, your child could...
Interoception

Interoception

Our body actually has 8 Sensory Systems! Did you know that? Our 8th, and “hidden,” sensory system is Interoception. This sense helps us to register changes within our bodies such as hunger, bathroom needs, and body changes related to emotion. Check out...