Tags » Sensory Diet

The Peace of Resistance

Handsome seeks a lot of sensory input throughout the day. He gets that input from things like walking on his toes, licking walls or windows, wearing headphones, bouncing on an exercise ball, and also pushing himself into tight positions. 372 more words


Bedtime talks

One of the things I enjoy the most are bedtime talks. Conversations about our day, hopes and dreams. I cannot imagine myself doing nothing else then reading a bedtime story and seeing my boys fall asleep after a little chat. 881 more words

Sensory Integration

In the Occupational Therapy (OT) world, sensory integration is a very popular philosophy in addressing pediatric issues across many areas of function. Sensory integration is the therapeutic approach to resolve sensory imbalances, whether someone perceives too much or too little from the world around them, by providing opportunities for people to interact with sensory stimuli in a safe environment. 1,157 more words

Occupational Therapy

What makes the perfect diet?

Recently my parents made a whistle stop trip up to visit before heading off on their week’s holiday and Buzz was, well…… let’s just say ‘the Whackadoodle express had left the station and was heading for Crazy Town at a rapid rate. 668 more words

Learning together

One thing that this endeavor is proving is how much I have to learn.  I think that is a good thing.  It reminds me, and shows you, that I am human.   149 more words


Trying to make it useful

I’m going to do my best to insert a link or a webpage during each post for this page in an attempt to have information in a one stop format for individuals, parents and anyone else who may be viewing this blog.   64 more words