Resources for Sensory Processing
Autism Movement Therapy: AUT-EROBICS DVD. Joanne Lara, $33.95 (68 minutes)
A unique sensory integration breakthrough program of dance and music specifically designed for young people with autism that improves motor and cognitive skills in a fun and creative way.
Getting Kids in Sync.
Featuring Carol Kranowitz, $21.50 (29 minutes) DVD
The author of The Out-of-Sync Child
and The Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun demonstrates Sensory-Motor,
Appropriate, Fun and Easy (S.A.F.E.) activities to help children
develop body awareness and integrate their senses.
Beans. Gen Jereb & Friends, $23.95 CD
Using the principles of sensory processing theory, Gen Jereb
creates fun, engaging and ready-to-roll music and rhythmic activities
for children with attention, motor and regulation difficulties.
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Say G’Day: Sensory
Integration through Rhythm and Song. Genevieve Jereb, $29.95
- Movement songs to enhance attention,
alertness and body awareness
- Respiration songs that help support attention,
learning and self regulation
- Rhythmic entrainment songs to regulate,
calm and organize the body
- Calming/cooling down songs
Sensory Issues in Learning &
Behavior DVD. Carol Kranowitz, $49.95 (Updated and
re-titled version of the DVD, “The Out-of-Sync Child”)
In this 3-hour DVD of a live
presentation, Carol Kranowitz offers sensory strategies and activities that are
applauded around the world. Carol discusses research in SPD and shares her 25
years of teaching experience. For every kind of sensory need, she has a story
that illustrates how a child may behave. She suggests techniques that work (and
some that don’t) and fun and functional activities that are sure to be a hit
with your young child or student, no matter what his or her sensory needs are.
Carol discusses recent research in SPD
by the world’s top investigators, the six types of SPD and how they can affect
the daily lives of children, possible co-existing problems (e.g., visual,
auditory, eating, sleeping, and emotional difficulties) and available treatment
and therapy options.
A Teacher's Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder, CD. Carol Kranowitz & Stacey Sklut, $21.95
An audio companion to the book Answers to Questions
Teachers Ask about Sensory Integration, Carol Kranowitz interviews expert
occupational therapist Stacey Szklut and they discuss how to teach children
with sensory integration problems. It is like eavesdropping on two experts
sharing sensory secrets! Finally, here is help for teachers and other school
professionals who are trying to reach kids with sensory problems and help them
succeed in the classroom, and in life.
28 Instant Songames, CD. Barbara Sher, $23.95
This full-length, 28-song music CD will get kids up and
moving in no time. The activities include numerous games of body awareness,
movement play, feeling identification, and self-expression, as well as
imagination games that encourage expressive language play. These less complex
Songames and activities are perfect for younger children.
Play, as a vital element in the human experience, is one
of the pillars of occupational therapy and is equal in importance to self-care
and work. Fostering an ability to play creatively provides a foundation for
healthy interactions with others, builds skills in innovative problem solving,
and enables a person to consider alternative possibilities in intellectual
arenas. Expensive toys and props are unimportant. Playfulness and imaginative
creativity with the materials at hand are all that are needed!
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Autism Movement Therapy: AUT-EROBICS. Joanne Lara, $33.95
(68 minutes) DVD
Getting Kids in Sync. Featuring Carol Kranowitz, $21.50
(29 minutes) DVD
Jumpin' Jelly Beans. Gen Jereb & Friends, $23.95 CD
Say G'Day: Sensory Integration through Rhythm and Song.
Genevieve Jereb, $29.95 CD
Sensory Issues in Learning & Behavior DVD. Carol
Kranowitz, $49.95 (Updated and re-titled version of the DVD, “The Out-of-Sync
A Teacher's Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder. Carol
Kranowitz & Stacey Sklut, $21.95 CD
28 Instant Songames. Barbara Sher, $23.95 CD
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