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Fri Apr 01 at 1:00pm ET
A “sensory diet” is a group of activities, like stretches and breaks, to help a child stay focused and organized throughout the day. It can help kids who are sensitive to sights, sounds and other input from their environment. Other kids may also benefit from these activities.
In this webinar, occupational therapist Keri Wilmot will explain what a sensory diet is. She’ll also explain how it can help your child. And she’ll walk you through typical sensory exercises and tools.
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