Sensory Processing I: Strategies that Support Children
Helping a child with a sensory processing issue is experimental in nature because one-size-fits-all treatments do not necessarily exist. This course explores several helpful strategies for meeting the needs of a child with a sensory processing issue.
In this course, you will discover:
The definitions of proprioceptive and vestibular senses
Characteristics of sensory processing disorders
The difference between sensory-seeking and sensory-avoidant behaviors
Strategies and therapeutic approaches to meet the needs of different children
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