When the child is awake, drape it across his lap or around his shoulders. The deep pressure touch stimulation brought about by the blanket will produce serotonin in the child, which is a hormone that will help to calm him down.
Sensory processing disorder can present in many different ways. This is a helpful image to allow students to see how someone might feel with this disorder. Website provides very useful information for those researching this neurological disorder.
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This is an ASL (American Sign Language) poster made with lenticular graphics. When you walk pass the poster or look at it and lean left to right the images change/move - showing you how to make the signs.