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Resources with information on sensory integration
and sensory processing disorder

Sensory regulation in the classroom

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Sensory regulation in the classroom

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Sensory regulation in the classroomtets

A mini training session

Sensory strategies in school

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Sensory strategies in school

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Sensory strategies in schooltets

A case study from New Bridge School, Oldham, putting sensory integration theory into practice

Regulation and Self Control

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Regulation and Self Control

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Regulation and Self Controltets

What is the difference between regulation and self-control?

Arousal, regulation and sensory processing

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Arousal, regulation and sensory processing

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Arousal, regulation and sensory processingtets

What do the terms arousal, alertness, regulation, self regulation , or self-control mean?

Classroom sensory toolbox

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Classroom sensory toolbox

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Here are six ideas of essential pieces of equipment for your classroom

Sensory strategies

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Sensory strategies

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Sensory strategiestets

Often there is a misconception that specialist equipment is needed for sensory strategies, but equipment need not be expensive

Sleep

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Sleep

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Sleeptets

Many people with sensory processing differences experience sleep disturbances

Sensory seekers

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Sensory seekers

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Sensory seekerstets

Sensory seeking or craving behaviour - why and what are some strategies to help?

Self-injurious behaviour

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Self-injurious behaviour

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Self-injurious behaviourtets

Self injurious behaviour, one of the most common sensory processing difficulties that parents reported in specialist school survey

Cheap sensory equipment

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Cheap sensory equipment

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8 activities using a duvet ball bag