Focusing on aspects of nature: insect, flora, fauna, seasons, colors, etc…, helps get your child out of the house and in the backyard and parks.
Bring a buddy along.
Wear sunscreen, hat, long sleeves, gloves and other sensory-regulating clothing.
With occupational therapy and self-regulation training, kids can enjoy nature. Our 7 year old son rediscovered nature after a 2 year sensory defensive hiatus. For the past 3 years, he has enjoyed nature, especially bugs/insects and flora. Life on the Autism Spectrum (with proper management of Sensory Processing Disorder) can be enjoyable!
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- contextually speaking
- family dynamics
- Family fun!
- good news!
- I don't want to talk about that…!
- no bullying zone
- the arts (music
- thinking outside the box
- Water fun