Tag Archives: Sensory integration

Supporting kids with SPD during Diwali

Yay!!!! The festival of lights has come…. So what is special about Diwali Vacations Lots of friends and relatives who come to us or we go to meet them New clothes Crackers and the noise of crackers Lots of homemade … Continue reading

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Occupational therapy and Children.

  A lot of parents who come to meet me for the first time- ask me if I am an Occupational therapist? And when I answer yes – the question is “what do we do?” and what exactly is Occupational … Continue reading

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Communication and Autism

It’s been fifteen years that I have been trying to solve the puzzle of Autism. Since the last fifteen years, I have been getting trained to help out kids with Autism with some great success. However, there are many kids … Continue reading

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Stress in special needs parents and EFT

I have been seeing this child Shubho, 8 years old for therapy sessions. He has a synostosis of the radius and the ulna (fusion of the bones of the forearm). He also has a history of absence seizures. He attends … Continue reading

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Rimzim’s journey with Learning Disability

I was very happy to meet one parent who came to me today and that feeling is still keeping me floating like a happy balloon moving with the wind in any direction that it takes me. I was seeing this … Continue reading

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Vestibular System

So where is this vestibular system? And what does it do? Why is it so important in the sensory Integration approach? Vestibular system is present in the inner ear and plays a very important role in detecting movement of head … Continue reading

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