Many of our kids have significant sensory issues. Whether they have proprioceptive, vestibular, visual, olfactory, tactile, auditory or oral needs, no matter the type, they can all be hard to manage. The grips, wiggle cushions and fidgets might be available and in hand while at home but the swings and trampolines may not be.
What are some sensory solutions you’ve been using during this time of self-isolation?
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