We are your podcast DJs and today’s episode is answering YOUR questions!
We talk about challenges between young siblings, a 4-year-old Autistic sensory seeker, a sensory-seeking toddler who struggles at bedtime, strategies for a 2-year-old Autistic sensory seeker who will be traveling, and adopted children who are struggling due to drug exposure in utero!
Some of the ideas we talk about for these questions are: using emotional regulation tools and sensory stories to advocate for needs; asking your child’s OT for specific sensory diet activities; creating a personalized bedtime sensory diet routine; going outside and creating a sensory corner; and more!
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The Zones of Regulation
How to Know if Your OT is Right for You
Sensory Friendly Bedtime Routines
Improving Sleep for Sensory Seekers
Prenatal Exposure to Opioids
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