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A state of constant total amazement

“They’re not awake, like we are,” my friend says, as we people watch through the glass window – and I look him dead in the eyes. 215 more words

The simple things: puddles

A wee walk to the post office turned into a bit of a puddle jumping expedition today ❤️ so much fun, wish I’d worn my wellies! 47 more words


Sensory Play: The Slime Adventure

Every parent or teacher pretty much knows that slime is a big trend right now. Even past preschool age, I know almost-highschoolers who are into the sensory process of making and playing with it. 187 more words

Teach At Home

It's been a while...

I took some time off from writing, a lot of time off actually because I didn’t really know what I wanted this blog to be. Would it be recalls of fun adventures? 195 more words


Octagonal Awareness

Those involved in teaching and caring for children and adults with exceptionalities are familiar with sensory processing challenges. Heightened or even diminished sensitivity to stimuli reaching the five senses of hearing, sight, touch, smell and taste cause either avoidance or seeking of certain sensations. 413 more words

Some Thoughts On Relating to People with Dementia (in a philosophically complex way with little scientific rigour & research)

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Throughout my experience working in various dementia-specific units, I have been perplexed as to how some people remember things about me. 1,476 more words


373R Transforms the Lot

Here are some photos from the 373R Elementary school site. They transformed an empty space into a beautiful vegetable/sensory garden.

Thank you to Mary Jean Lotito and Pamela Kominoski for the photographs. 43 more words