We LOVE answering your questions! Today’s episode comes from a listener who reached out with a question about a client they work with.
“He’s 2 years old. Definitely has a large sensory cup. He is extremely rough and tumble. This kid has face planted on concrete and will get up and keep running. I tried a weighted vest on him but he ripped it off right away. I’ve informed mom about heavy work at home. Our sessions usually look like me chasing him around. Any tips / strategies for kids like him?”
We brainstormed and came up with some ideas on how to incorporate his preferred sensory activities (like running) into structured 2 step obstacle courses. We talked about meeting his sensory needs, using a visual schedule, and MORE!
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