How to Recognize Early Signs of Dyslexia
As a hidden disability, dyslexia symptoms can often be hard to recognize, especially the signs of dyslexia in toddlers and early signs of dyslexia in children
3 Dyslexia Learning Tools
According to The Society for Neuroscience, headquartered in Washington DC, an astonishing 5 to 15 percent of Americans have dyslexia, making it difficult for them to spell, read, and write.
5 Outdoor Sensory Play Activities
Outdoor sensory play activities provide the opportunity to immerse young minds in their senses in a new environment
Occupational Therapy Sensory Room Activities
An occupational therapy sensory room will provide a host of benefits for individuals with sensory processing disorder (SPD).
4 Sensory Activities for Cerebral Palsy
Engaging in sensory activities for kids with cerebral palsy is incredibly beneficial and important for their development.
6 Key Pieces of Portable Sensory Equipment
Sensory rooms can work wonders for people who face sensory challenges. But, sometimes, you need access to these sensory tools on-the-go.
Indoor Activities to do with Dementia Patients
Engaging and stimulating individuals living with dementia is extremely important for their health, mood, and overall wellbeing.
The Different Kinds of Autism Explained
Autism is not an illness; it is a developmental disorder that affects one in fifty-nine individuals.
Understanding Sensory Motor Integration
The definition of sensory motor integration is a complex matter but it is important that it is understood.
Our Top 10 Sensory Activities for Autism
Why use sensory activities for autism? According to a leading autism charity, The National Autistic Society, around 700,000 people are on the autism spectrum
5 Things a Bubble Tube is Used For
Every so often, someone asks us, ‘what does a bubble tube do?’ or ‘what is a bubble tube used for?’ These are great questions as bubble tubes are highly versatile multisensory tools. So, how does a bubble tube work?
Bubble Tube Maintenance For Sensory Rooms
A bubble tube is a fantastic piece of sensory equipment, which can both calm the user down and reduce the likelihood that they will exhibit unwanted behaviors.
Lighting, Equipment and Bubble Tubes for Sensory Rooms
Designing a sensory room can be a lengthy process, and many areas need to be considered to produce the best possible environment for the user. It's worth investigating how to incorporate certain elements, such as bubble tubes when planning a multisensory room.
Multisensory Room For Down Syndrome
Down syndrome. Perhaps you know someone diagnosed with the extra chromosome 21: those irresistible individuals with knowing eyes, loving hands, and huge hearts.
A Multisensory Room For Back To School
This year as the school year begins at Ingleside Primary School in Ingleside, Texas or the Robert Driscoll Elementary School in Robstown, Texas, the children will have the privilege of spending time in a quality multisensory room, as part of their routine.
How to Choose the Right Sensory Room Equipment
A gym, classroom, closet, basement, or office can all be used to create a sensory space that can serve children and adults. However when designing your sensory room, there are a few different factors that you may want to consider in order for the room to best serve the individual you are creating it for.
A Guide to Creating the Perfect Multisensory Waiting Room
Whether you have a dental, medical, or other professional office, making your clients feel at ease and relaxed can go a long way in providing a customer experience that says, “we care.” So, why not consider a multisensory waiting room in your office? One that can really engage your visitors and enhance their overall experience.
How to Reduce Epileptic Seizures with Sensory Epilepsy Aids
Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurological disorder in America after migraines, strokes, and Alzheimer's disease, with one of the most commonly known effects of epilepsy being seizures.
Using Sensory Solutions to Help with the Management of Cerebral Palsy
The term Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a term used to describe a range of neurological conditions that affect muscle control and movement, and often include cognitive and sensory impairments too.