OT and Sensory Ideas for Home
Children with autism often present with similar delays and deficits that can lead to an occupational therapy evaluation. Some of those delays are in fine motor skills, gross motor skills, sensory processing abilities, balance and coordination, weakened core, poor postural control, and delays in self-care tasks as well as school-related tasks, all of which can be addressed during an occupational therapy session
Autism Resources - American Occupational Therapy Association
Occupational therapy practitioners support and promote the development and engagement of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers, and their families or other caregivers, in everyday routines.
These routines include play, rest and sleep, activities of daily living, education, and social participation.
ACES - Elevating Standard in the Treatment of Autism
ACES utilizes a comprehensive set of proven therapeutic methodologies that are attributed to countless success stories. Our team of professionals are trained and experienced in developing individualized and highly effective programming for your child’s developmental level, learning style and goals
Orton-Gillingham is an explicit, sequential, systematic, and multi-sensory approach used to teach literacy.
AOGPE Accreditation is a process leading to the recognition of education organizations as having a level of performance, integrity, and quality that entitles them to the confidence of the educational community and the public they serve.
Sensory processing refers to the mechanisms of how we feel. It is how we use what we sense to make sense of the world around us, and it underpins every aspect of human functioning.