Understanding what can go wrong with sensory integration is crucial in Autism treatment. Here is a simple explanation. My previous post on this topic focused on defining two senses which are often overlooked: proprioceptive and vestibular. The hope in defining those essential senses is that you as a parent or practitioner will have a more concrete view..
A fun and engaging song to use in early childhood settings! This is one of my absolute favorite finger play songs to use in early childhood (it’s tied with the Monkey and Alligator game:), and kids absolutely love it! I first found it on songsforteaching.com as recorded by Jim Rule (find the recording here) and I..
Anyone providing Autism treatment must be aware of sensory processing that occurs beyond the five basic senses. Learning about the proprioceptive and vestibular senses makes all the difference! We all grow up learning about the 5 senses: taste, touch, smell, sight and sound. I remember seeing fun little diagrams with pictures of a hand with..
Early childhood is a critical time for learning and growth. Parents can help their children develop by using music with them at home. Here are some ideas to get you started! One of the most important parts of my job is giving parents practical ideas on how to use music in the home to help..