More tips on how to explore, and help a child overcome some behaviours If your child isn’t responding to behavioural approaches it might be time to check to check into possible sensory issues. When occupational therapists are trying to
Some behaviours serve to alert, calm or focus. As I carry on with my occupational therapy mission to explain some truths and falsehoods about “Is it sensory or behaviour?”, I hope readers are starting to understand how occupational therapists
What to do if a child senses danger when there is none If a child tries to take flight from a situation that isn’t that dangerous it might be a good idea, once the child feels safe, to help
Know when to intervene and when it’s not helpful If something like a child’s rocking or other behaviour isn’t interfering with his learning in the classroom or that of others, it might be best to let the child be.