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These practical tools & guides are designed to help parents, carers & teachers

Animal Walks

Animal Walks are a fun way for children to engage in movement activities for self regulation. This information sheet provides useful tips on building them into your day.

ECTA Journal Article 2013 C.A.L.M

Strategies to manage sensory processing disorder and children’s behaviour. Written by Jo Larcom and Robyn Sims

My Engine Story

This short social story can be used as a tool to help children begin to understand the concept of getting our energy “just right”.

Playing Cards

Playing cards is not only a great way to engage in a social game with children, it is also a wonderful way to encourage and develop a range of developmental skills including fine motor control and dexterity.

Sensory Friendly Plane Trip

Whether travelling in a plane, train or car it can be a life saver to have some mobile sensory diet activities on hand.

Sensory Motor Preference

A useful guide for parents of children with sensory processing disorder that helps to identify strategies to use to help your children regulate their system throughout the day.

Tying Shoelaces

Learning to tie shoe laces is a key step towards independence in dressing – particularly for the school aged child. This handy guide shows how to make learning fun.

Using Visual Timer

Time can be a difficult concept for young children. Telling a child that they have 5 minutes left at a play date or that they have to focus for the next quarter of an hour can be an arbitrary concept for them.

Using A Cushion

Air cushions are beneficial when required to sit still for children who seek movement.

Using Chewy Tools

For children who find chewing on clothing calming, chewy tools can provide a more appropriate avenue.


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