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ASD Sensory Presentation

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Robby OBrien

on 27 March 2015

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Transcript of ASD Sensory Presentation

Sensory Strategies
for
Self-Regulation at Home

Sensory overview
Challenges
Strategies

Challenges
Recognize
and avoid triggers
More
individualized sensory experiences
Modify
the sensory experiences to raise or lower arousal levels
Modify
environment
What Is Sensory Processing?
Taste
Touch
Smell
Hearing
Vision
Lesser Known
Vestibular (movement)
Proprioception (Body awareness)
Known
Over-Responsive
Under-Responsive
Low Alertness
(passive)
Sensory Seeking
(active)
The Over Responsive Child
Avoids movement
Avoids eye contact
Avoids textures and tastes
Strong clothing preference
Resists hand over hand assistance
Sensitive to noise or lights
Difficulty with self-care activities
Difficulty with emotional regulation
The Under-responsive Child
(Passive)
Props themselves
Tires quickly, low energy
May appear unmotivated
Moves slowly
Clothing twisted, disorganized
Messy face
Appears internally distracted
The Under-responsive Child
Sensory Seeking (Active)
High activity level
Touches things and people
Likes to climb, run, bang, crash, spin
Smells or mouths objects
Can't sit still,easily distracted
Overly affectionate
Difficulty controlling impulses
Optimal State of Alertness
Strategies For Over-responsive Child
Strategies For Under-responsive Child
Deep pressure (weighted blanket)
Chewing gum
Environmental Modifications
Soft lighting
Quiet, cozy spaces
Reduce clutter
Calming music
Alerting activities
Spinning, jumping, swinging, climbing, bouncing, tag, etc.
Unpredictability/complexity
Environmental modifications
Bright lights
Fast paced music
Use visuals when available
Frequent breaks for movement-based activities
During a meltdown
Calm down plan
Cue with questions
Picture schedule
Compliance first
Sensory activity
Safety
Resources
www.fdmt.ca
www.toystoolsandtreasures.com
Building Bridges
Debbie Bushby, Occupational Therapist
Tools for Tots (sensory strategies for toddlers and preschoolers)
Boardmaker
Mayer Johnson www.mayer-johnson.ca
Preventive Strategies
Learning Objectives
Community Resources
Kids On The Move
Bridges program
Library
Sensory Processing Disorder Parent Support (facebook group)
Orem Pediatric Rehab
www.alpineschools.org
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