In this session, we explore three sensory strategies for supporting dysregulated children. These ideas are helpful for supporting autistic children, those with ADHD and many others.
These slides are part of my ‘Three Things to Try’ series. They’re designed as a little nugget of learning and exploration for use in teams (though you can enjoy them alone too!)
You can download the slides here.
Here is a video of me walking you through the slides.
You can use the video to inspire you to deliver the slides yourself or you can play the video in your meeting if you prefer (or you could all watch it in your own time and then do the discussion activity together at your next meeting).
Here are some further resources you might find helpful to build on the session:
- BOOK: Sensory Solutions in the Classroom
- VIDEO: Quiet Fidgets for the Classroom with Lyra
- YOUTUBE CHANNEL: Flaghouse sensory channel on YouTube
- VIDEO: Benefits of Deep Pressure and Calming Movement
- VIDEO: How to Introduce Fidgets for Focus
- RESOURCE: Lyra’s favourite chew necklaces