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Sensory Processing Disorder Archives - Page 5 of 10 - KidCompanions Chewelry & SentioCHEWS

Signs of Intellectual Disability in Children and Tips on Assistive Technology (AT) Options for Your Child

Signs of Intellectual Disability in Children and Tips on Assistive Technology (AT) Options for Your Child

Besteducationdegrees.com wrote to us about their infographic entitled “There’s An APP For That – Assistive Technology (AT) and Learning Disabled Children“. The infographic is colorful, eye-catching, and has lots of important tips for parents, teachers, and all who work with children. You will love the 10 Great iPad Apps and the 10 Great Android Apps! The information will help you understand the basics—it is important for caregivers to know what Assistive Technology (AT)  can and cannot do.

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Let’s Talk Breakaway Lanyards: Material, Color Choices, Clasp, Comfort, and Length

Let’s Talk Breakaway Lanyards: Material, Color Choices, Clasp, Comfort, and Length

Why has our team at SentioLife Solutions, Ltd. worked so hard to find safe, comfortable ways for kids, tweens, or teens to wear our KidCompanions Chewelry and now our SentioCHEWS? First consider why they need chew necklaces with comfortable breakaway lanyards.  These individuals have sensory challenges, fidgeting/focusing problems, anxiety or transition issues. The first thing they need is a feels-just-right chewable tool! The chew necklace lanyard must feel good around the neck. Moreover the pendant must have the correct tactile texture to satisfy their needs.

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Three Sensory Crates Holidays 2013 – Sensory Friendly Gifts and Stress Busters for Fidgeting Issues

Three Sensory Crates Holidays 2013 – Sensory Friendly Gifts and Stress Busters for Fidgeting Issues

Need Super Sensory gifts for a child who MUST bite, chew, or fidget to cope with the stress and challenges he faces in his day in work and play? For the 2013 holidays, Sentio Life Solutions, the makers of KidCompanions -Chewelry have another sensory chewable necklace called SentioChews and, for the second year, they have prepared three Sensory Crates for children with sensory or fidgeting issues.

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SentioCHEWS OR KidCompanions Chewelry – Comparing Our TWO Oral-Motor Tools

SentioCHEWS OR KidCompanions Chewelry – Comparing Our TWO Oral-Motor Tools

In November of 2013 SentioLife Solutions, Ltd. that designed and sells KidCompanions Chewelry since 2007 launched their new line of oral-motor tool called SentioCHEWS.

Parents immediately asked how these two chew necklaces differ.  How do they compare in size, durability, and ability to satisfy the need to bite and chew?  Do SentioCHEWS have all the same features as KidCompanions Chewelry has that bring parents peace of mind?  AND the biggest eye opener/elephant–in-the-room is WHY the difference in price. Each SentioCHEWS costs you only $10,95 Canadian and our regular price for KidCompanions Chewelry is $17,49 Canadian.

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SentioSTYLES 24″ Breakaway Lanyards On SentioCHEWS and Sold Separately

SentioSTYLES 24″ Breakaway Lanyards On SentioCHEWS and Sold Separately

The team behind Sentio Life Solutions, Ltd. is celebrating the launch of their newest, sensory, chewable tool, the SentioCHEWS! Not only will those who MUST chew, bite, or fidget have a more durable chew necklace pendant, they will also have SentioSTYLES colorful, breakaway lanyards of a longer length and strength. A few years of work have gone in designing SentioCHEWS, our new sensory, chew necklace that addresses severe biting tendencies in youth with special needs, and in finding the type of lanyard parents have been asking for.

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Sensory Crate Holidays 2013, Sensory Gifts for Kids, Time & Money Savings for Parents

Sensory Crate Holidays 2013, Sensory Gifts for Kids, Time & Money Savings for Parents

Do you have a child with sensory processing disorder (SPD) or autism spectrum disorder (ASD) who cannot cope with the hectic holidays?  Do the holiday preparations and festivities mean just added stress to you and an upset, overwhelmed child even before you deck the halls with boughs of holly? Are you looking for the perfect sensory gifts for your child who hates the hustle and bustle of crowds or family reunions?

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Ten Fun Fall and Winter Activities for Kids with Special Needs

Ten Fun Fall and Winter Activities for Kids with Special Needs

I love Fall and winter. There is just something about the holidays that makes me feel alive. There are so many fun activities and events in fall and winter that I just don’t know where to start. Every year my children and I have a blast coming up with new things to do during the holiday break. From playing in the leaves and the snow to hay rides and gift making we all stay very busy and happy this time of year. Here are a few of our favorite activities:

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Tips to Make Halloween Fun for Children with Special Needs

Tips to Make Halloween Fun for Children with Special Needs

Oct. 31st, Halloween, some even call out to friends, “Happy Halloween!”  In my memory book,  as a special needs mom and as an elementary teacher for children with special needs, Halloween is anything but a happy occasion. How can parents and teachers make Halloween fun for children with special needs?  For many of our children and students with special needs, most holidays are difficult and Halloween is one of the scariest! Halloween could be tolerated if it was only a one day event but if you listen to your kids/students, the buzz about Halloween can be heard as soon as the October calendar page in opened.

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What To Do If You Think Your Child Has Sensory Processing Disorder

What To Do If You Think Your Child Has Sensory Processing Disorder

Do you wonder if a loved one has sensory issues? Read our post and learn about the red flags for different age groups showing behaviours of individuals which could signal Sensory Processing Disorder. Oversensitivity or under sensitivity to any of the senses makes life extremely difficult for all family members dealing with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). One little sensitive child can disrupt the activities of the whole household: meals, dressing up times, bed times, car travels, family visits …

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Anatomy of Special Needs Children by Masters-in-special-education.com

Anatomy of Special Needs Children by Masters-in-special-education.com

The majority of our readers are parents of special needs children. Raising children with challenging needs is not easy and the more others know about the many different needs these children have the more they will understand what their parents are going through. The Infographic that follows titled “The Anatomy of a Special Needs Child” lets you see very quickly all the different needs many children and their families deal with every day.

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How to Know if Your Special Needs Child has an Inclusive Education by Nicole Eredics

How to Know if Your Special Needs Child has an Inclusive Education by Nicole Eredics

Inclusive education is an approach to education that includes all learners, regardless of ability. It is not a program or teaching strategy. In fact, inclusive education is a school- wide philosophy that is practiced by all members of the school community. It’s benefits, too numerous to list, is regarded by special education experts, to be the gold-standard in delivering educational services to students with special needs.

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