The latest episode of my podcast is now available:
In this episode of the Pooky Ponders Podcast, I explore some simple ideas that can work well for children with ADHD who are sensory-seeking and need of a little activation and stimulation in order to enable to them to continue to engage. The ideas could be used in a range of contexts but are designed to be usable within a classroom setting too as this is often a more challenging place to meet an ADHD child’s need for sensory input.
If today’s episode piqued your interest, you might be interested in the following:
- VIDEO | ADHD/AUTISM | Fidgets for the Classroom with Lyra
- BITESIZE CPD: Sensory Strategies For Dysregulated Children
- BOOK | Sensory Solutions in the Classroom
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