1:45 What is Sensory Integration?
2:30 Sensory diets are developed to be integrated into the child's day.
5:00 Sensory diets include many parts.
6:00 How do you make a sensory diet work?
7:00 Sensory Diets need to be versatile
7:30 Goals are dependent on the child's needs: optimize the child's ability to attend, focus and interact.
9:15 Movement is important.
10:50 What to incorporate for the sensory-seeker.
11:10 Sensory diets can calm a child or help increase activity.
13:00 Ultimate goal is self-regulation.
13:20 Sensory diets retrain the central nervous system.
15:00 Sensory activities every 90 minutes to 2 hours.
17:30 Proprioceptive Input- active and passive input.
18:30 Vestibular input- back and forth swinging or spinning.
22:00 Oral and visual input ideas.
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