Jamie Tinsley

Jamie Tinsley

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Different kids have different sensory needs and different ways that compression, pressure, or weight can help manage behaviors associated with autism, aspergers, adhd, or spd. For a sensory seeker, compression or weight can have a calming effect. Compression can be highly therapeutic for a sensory under responder by awakening deep receptors in the muscle joints. For sensory overresponders who may be easily stressed or anxious, pressure or weight can calm them down.

Pressure, ball pits and more are useful proprioceptive techniques to stimulate and regulate a child's state.

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Example of leveled core words communication board, going from 4 to 36 words, taken from this PDF on core vocabulary and common core curriculum- https://www.med.unc.edu/ahs/clds/files/conference-hand-outs/ISAAC2012CoreVocabulary.pdf

Example of leveled core words communication board, going from 4 to 36 words, taken from this PDF on core vocabulary and common core curriculum- https://www.med.unc.edu/ahs/clds/files/conference-hand-outs/ISAAC2012CoreVocabulary.pdf