4 Sensory Processing Disorder HACKS (YOU NEED!)

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4 Sensory Processing Disorder HACKS (YOU NEED!) Here are 4 Sensor Processing Disorder Hacks YOU NEED To Know! 🎉 To celebrate Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Month, Soundsory is giving a discount of 20% off on their website. Click on the link and use code THEASPIE10 to get an EXTRA 10% off your purchase - https://soundsory.com/THEASPIE10 🎧 Soundsory Headphones for SPD - Recommended by occupational therapists and professionals globally, Soundsory is a multi-sensory, music, and movement program for 30 minutes a day for 40 days. The Soundsory headphones, equipped with a dynamic filter and bone conduction technology, helps improve motor skills and cognitive development in children and adults. Soundsory works on the fine, gross, and visual-motor skills in children leading to enhancements in handwriting and drawing, balance and posture, hand-eye coordination, and sports skills. Soundsory is designed to be safe and effective and is helping children and adults on the autism spectrum, with auditory and sensory processing disorders, and other developmental delays. Follow Soundsory on Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/soundsoryofficial/ Follow Soundsory on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/soundsory Follow Soundsory on Youtube - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-c1jOHHUEN0573Sep3Mhtw 1 Proprioception Using small muscle work out of tension can create a more aware sense of awareness that will create a less impactful sensory processing environment for you. Do this by doing simple proprioception exercises like, wall press ups, moving light objects like a dining chair or stack of books. 2 Soundsory Soundsory is a headphone based skill development therapy it works on the fine, gross, and visual-motor skills in children leading to enhancements in handwriting and drawing, balance and posture, hand-eye coordination, and sports skills. 3 Sensory Room / Corner Having a dedicated space in your home or room where you can create a sensory corner with lights and comfy pillows etc, will help you escape the busy over sensory world and help you stay calm. Tip Tip: Try work sensory time out into your daily routine. 4 Headphones / Sun Glasses Lots of people use headphones and or sunglasses to help filter out some of the main causes of sensory overload in autistic individuals. This can be done by simply just warning headphones to block some of the noise out and use sunglasses to filter bright lights. I’d love to know your thoughts on everything, please pop it in a comment down below if you have any and if you have any hacks you use that I have not mentioned. Follow @TheAspieWorld for more autism content. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/theaspieworld/support

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