Sensory Processing: SuggestionsStrategies for Calming/Organization

​The following handouts provide sensory techniques for calming and organizing your child. Every child is different, so you may need to try several strategies before finding the ones that are best.  You will also need to assess the amount and duration of input that is helpful to your child.  Sometimes children tell US what they need.  Other times, we use their behavior/response to determine how to proceed.
Sensory Calming Activities
Calming Activities for Sensory Processing Disorder

Calming sensory strategies

Sensory Room Development 

Bed Time Strategies for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder
Sensory Diet
Sensory Ideas for the Home
Proprioceptive Stimulating Activities
Wakeup and Bedtime Routines
Survival Guide for Planes, trains and automobiles
Ready-set-go packing chart
Strategies to Improve AlertnessThe following handouts provide sensory techniques for helping improve alertness for better focus and attention.  Because these techniques can be stimulating for your child, you will need to discern how much is too much and how much is just right.
Alerting Strategies for Home
Kids Sensory Activities - Quick
Alerting and Calming Strategies
Strategies for Use in Your Classroom
Proprioceptive/Heavy Work ActivitiesProprioceptive activities use deep pressure or joint input to help children calm and organize.  They can easily be incorporated into daily routines.
Self-Regulation: 5 Heavy Work Sensory Tips

40 Heavy Work Activities for Kids

Heavy Work Activites List for Children with Sensory Processing Disorders
Home Sensory
Heavy Work Activities at Home
Heavy Work Ideas for Small Places
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