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Sensory activity ideas

29/01/2024

If you already have some sensory equipment at home or school, or you are thinking of purchasing some, these activity ideas from Aoife Costello, OT, will give you ideas for fun and...

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Sensory Paths

23/01/2024

Space is always hard to find in schools, but you don’t have to have an allocated room for sensory activities.

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Animal Walks

15/01/2024

Physical movement can be a great way to regulate or transition between tasks.

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Sensory Breaks

08/01/2024

Sensory breaks can be so helpful to keep autistic people feeling happy, regulated and comfortable in their environment.

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Back to school – Bag packing am/pm

02/01/2024

After the chaos of Christmas, it can be a relief for students to get back to their usual schedule, but it can be hard to switch back into school mode and remember everything that’s...

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Gingerbread star breathing

24/12/2023

Whether waiting to hear Rudolf’s hooves or looking forward to a big family gathering, Christmas Eve can bring excitement that is sometimes overwhelming.

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