Exposing children to consistent sensory play experiences provides important benefits to their growth and wellbeing. This post will give early years educators some practical tips and activity ideas to help you support children who don’t like tactile sensory activities. – The Empowered Educator
HOW TO DO A FEEDING EVALUATION- The first step to a feeding assessment in occupational therapy is often a comprehensive Food Inventory Questionnaire. By understanding what a child is and is not eating helps the therapist to better understand food preferences in the way of textures, flavors, colors, tec. The food inventory is a great tool for consistent data collection.