Sensory perceptions can be hard to change or even to be aware if your child struggles with the way that their brain processes the information in the world around them.
In the KAB team we have a former occupational therapist and a former school teacher… these are tips that we have used in our practices, homes and classrooms to help our kids, both those with sensory processing disorders as well as our other children, to live more full lives.
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How to create a SPD Friendly Home
Create a ball pit with a large drum and plastic balls. You will need hundreds of them, but we promise your kids will love hanging out in their ball cubby.
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