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Tactile Defensiveness: Why My Child Hates Hugs, Tags and is in Constant Fight or Flight Mode

Tactile Defensiveness: Why My Child Hates Hugs, Tags and is in Constant Fight or Flight Mode | ilslearningcorner.com

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Sensory Clothes: Clothing Items for Fidgeting and Behavior

Sensory Clothes: Clothing Items for Fidgeting and Behavior | ilslearningcorner.com

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ADHD, Autistic or Sensory Processing Disorder

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Limbic System: Your Child’s On/Off Switch for Emotional Grounding, Fight or Flight and Meltdowns

Limbic System: Your Child’s On/Off Switch for Emotional Grounding, Fight or Flight and Meltdowns | ilslearningcorner...

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Areas of Attention: Is My Child Developmentally Ready for Sustained Attention, Focus and Multitasking

5 Areas of Attention: Is My Child Developmentally Ready for Sustained Attention, Focus and Multitasking | ilslearningcorner...

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Sleep Solutions for Children with Sensory Needs

Sleep Solutions for Kids with Sensory Processing Disorder

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Oral Sensory: "Awakening" Oral Sensory Receptors for Chewers, Biters and Suckers

Oral Sensory: "Awakening" Oral Sensory Receptors for Chewers, Biters and Suckers | ilslearningcorner...

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How to Recognize a Sensory Processing Disorder in Your Child

How to Recognize a Sensory Processing Disorder in Your Child | ilslearningcorner.com #sensoryprocessing #sensoryplay

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"Five Practical Sensory Strategies for the Classroom" -focus on sensory and movement approaches. "Intact sensory integration is important for all activities a child does, especially participating and being available for learning in a classroom environment." (1) Seating. (2) Movement in the Classroom. (3) Snack & Lunch. (4) Recess Time. (5) Hands On.

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Reticular Activating System: Why Your Child’s Internal “Alarm Clock” is Causing Fidgeting and Sensory Seeking Behavior

Reticular Activating System: Why Your Child’s Internal “Alarm Clock” is Causing Fidgeting and Sensory Seeking Behavior | ilslearningcorner.com

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