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We get information for our brain to make sense of the world through our senses Touch Hearing Taste Smell Vision Vestibular System Proprioceptive System Interoceptive System The Out of Sync Child by Carol Kranowitz and Lucy Jane Miller All of our brains are wired different, but generally there are
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We get information for our brain to make sense of the world through our senses Touch Hearing Taste Smell Vision Vestibular System Proprioceptive System Interoceptive System The Out of Sync Child by Carol Kranowitz and Lucy Jane Miller All of our brains are wired different, but generally there are certain things that we can do to affect our brains and our bodies based on what information we give it through our senses. Some of my favorite things to do with my kids Straw in the am to drink applesauce or smoothies (crazy straws are even harder) to get more muscle work (proprioception and deep breaths) for more focus Taking regular movement breaks like go noodle during online school or going to the park and swinging, using the monkey bars or going down the slides Blanket roll ups Listening to meditations at night or taking a warm bath with relaxing Epson salts Sensory Integration is the ability of our brain to organize all of the information that we get through our senses.  Usually, as we develop, we do this automatically; however, if for whatever reason our brains have difficult time doing this the Sensory Integration framework is a specific framework or treatment approach that was developed by Dr. Jean Ayers, a neurologist and Occupational Therapist.  The treatment is based on what we know about how the brain works and how sensory motor development happens. Sensory Integration and the Child by Dr. Jean Ayers
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