Giveaway: Practical Ways to Meet Sensory Needs of Student in Speech Therapy Room!
’m celebrating Austism Awareness Month with a few giveaways!!!! This week I’m giving away my newest product: Practical Ways to Meet Sensory Needs of Students in the Speech Therapy Room!
I’m very excited to be sharing this new product with some lucky follower! Check out the product description below and enter via the rafflecopter widget at the bottom of this blog. If you don’t win, don’t worry for this weekend ONLY, you can grab this product at 50% OFF by using the code below!
Product Description: This 45 page PDF file provides an extensive list of ideas, strategies, accommodations, modifications, and activities any speech-language pathologist can implement within the therapy room, before or after therapy, in the classroom setting, private practice, or home-based therapy in order to meet the sensory needs of their students/clients. It addresses the typical behaviors associated with EVERY area of sensory processing difference/deficit including hyper- and hyposensitivity in auditory processing, visual processing, vestibular processing (including movement and muscle tone/coordination), tactile processing, oral processing (taste), olfactory processing (smell), and proprioceptive processing (including sensory seeking behavior and difficulty with movements and fluidity). It also addresses the correct of fidgets in the school/therapy setting. With this product as a guide, any clinician or educator can meet the sensory needs of their students in real time using practical strategies. For a detailed list of pages in this product click here!
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