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Does My Baby Have Sensory Issues?

Does My Baby Have Sensory Issues?

Navigating the journey with a baby experiencing sensory challenges is like to riding a roller coaster. There are moments of exhilaration, yet there are also times of uncertainty and fear, as the...

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Feeding in the First Year

Feeding in the First Year

It's a common assumption that children will just naturally eat without any issues, but the reality is more nuanced. The journey of feeding a child can present challenges that may not be immediately...

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What is Astronaut Training?

What is Astronaut Training?

Astronaut Training for Sensory Processing Disorder Astronaut Training is a sound-activated, vestibular-visual protocol that promotes optimal vestibular/cochlear function for sensory processing and...

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Oral-Motor Dysfunction

Oral-Motor Dysfunction

What happens when the muscles in the mouth aren’t working correctly? First, let’s start with a definition of “oral-motor skills.”What are they? • Functions of the jaw, cheeks, lips, tongue, and hard...

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Zones of Regulation

Zones of Regulation

Self-regulation is defined as the ability to manage and monitor one’s own state of emotions, thoughts, impulses, and behaviors in a socially appropriate way within their environment.  ...

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The Sensory Powerhouses

The Sensory Powerhouses

The sensory powerhouses drive us to learn, grow, and expand. The sensory systems are designed to help us conquer the challenges of our world. However, when a powerhouse misfires, a child is faced...

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Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTs)

Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTs)

A tethered oral tissue or TOT, commonly known as a tie, is a tissue that is restricted, resulting in poor range of motion and mobility. TOTs can be hereditary. Children are born with these...

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What is Therapeutic Listening?

What is Therapeutic Listening?

Therapeutic listening (TL) is a sound-based program that can be utilized to empower children to develop skills in sensory areas such as auditory processing, respiration, vestibular, space...

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Craniosacral Therapy Blog Posts

Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTs)

Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTs)

A tethered oral tissue or TOT, commonly known as a tie, is a tissue that is restricted, resulting in poor range of motion and mobility. TOTs can be hereditary. Children are born with these...

read more

Occupational Therapy Blog Posts

Does My Baby Have Sensory Issues?

Does My Baby Have Sensory Issues?

Navigating the journey with a baby experiencing sensory challenges is like to riding a roller coaster. There are moments of exhilaration, yet there are also times of uncertainty and fear, as the...

read more
Feeding in the First Year

Feeding in the First Year

It's a common assumption that children will just naturally eat without any issues, but the reality is more nuanced. The journey of feeding a child can present challenges that may not be immediately...

read more
What is Astronaut Training?

What is Astronaut Training?

Astronaut Training for Sensory Processing Disorder Astronaut Training is a sound-activated, vestibular-visual protocol that promotes optimal vestibular/cochlear function for sensory processing and...

read more
Oral-Motor Dysfunction

Oral-Motor Dysfunction

What happens when the muscles in the mouth aren’t working correctly? First, let’s start with a definition of “oral-motor skills.”What are they? • Functions of the jaw, cheeks, lips, tongue, and hard...

read more
Zones of Regulation

Zones of Regulation

Self-regulation is defined as the ability to manage and monitor one’s own state of emotions, thoughts, impulses, and behaviors in a socially appropriate way within their environment.  ...

read more
The Sensory Powerhouses

The Sensory Powerhouses

The sensory powerhouses drive us to learn, grow, and expand. The sensory systems are designed to help us conquer the challenges of our world. However, when a powerhouse misfires, a child is faced...

read more
Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTs)

Tethered Oral Tissues (TOTs)

A tethered oral tissue or TOT, commonly known as a tie, is a tissue that is restricted, resulting in poor range of motion and mobility. TOTs can be hereditary. Children are born with these...

read more
What is Therapeutic Listening?

What is Therapeutic Listening?

Therapeutic listening (TL) is a sound-based program that can be utilized to empower children to develop skills in sensory areas such as auditory processing, respiration, vestibular, space...

read more

Sensory Integration Therapy Blog Posts

Does My Baby Have Sensory Issues?

Does My Baby Have Sensory Issues?

Navigating the journey with a baby experiencing sensory challenges is like to riding a roller coaster. There are moments of exhilaration, yet there are also times of uncertainty and fear, as the...

read more
What is Astronaut Training?

What is Astronaut Training?

Astronaut Training for Sensory Processing Disorder Astronaut Training is a sound-activated, vestibular-visual protocol that promotes optimal vestibular/cochlear function for sensory processing and...

read more
Zones of Regulation

Zones of Regulation

Self-regulation is defined as the ability to manage and monitor one’s own state of emotions, thoughts, impulses, and behaviors in a socially appropriate way within their environment.  ...

read more
The Sensory Powerhouses

The Sensory Powerhouses

The sensory powerhouses drive us to learn, grow, and expand. The sensory systems are designed to help us conquer the challenges of our world. However, when a powerhouse misfires, a child is faced...

read more
What is Therapeutic Listening?

What is Therapeutic Listening?

Therapeutic listening (TL) is a sound-based program that can be utilized to empower children to develop skills in sensory areas such as auditory processing, respiration, vestibular, space...

read more

Feeding Therapy Blog Posts

Feeding in the First Year

Feeding in the First Year

It's a common assumption that children will just naturally eat without any issues, but the reality is more nuanced. The journey of feeding a child can present challenges that may not be immediately...

read more
Oral-Motor Dysfunction

Oral-Motor Dysfunction

What happens when the muscles in the mouth aren’t working correctly? First, let’s start with a definition of “oral-motor skills.”What are they? • Functions of the jaw, cheeks, lips, tongue, and hard...

read more