Rhodes Family wrote:
tonygirl wrote:I have a bunch but I don't have alot of time right now?
I have a few questions for you is his OT also for sensory issues?
Here are 2 things that fly off the top of my head
Bodyblade works on core muscles and coordination skills
Crazy ball which also works on motor skills and coordination.
Yes it's sensory also.
work well I have chewers so brainpower chews really help with that as well as organizing for concentration.
Weighted blankets and lap pads
have been really good here.
We have put in a eye-hook in our basement so we can hang some of the swings
they use to use at OT.
my older one builds with legos
during a lecture type class.
help with grounding them and seattling them down.
if you don't have babies in the house running around they have these magnetic oval rocks
that you can fiddle with in your hand they make like a clapping sound I can not remember the name though.
we did the theraputic listening program when he was in OT classical and non word type music can be real calming.
How much flat surface you have at home but the roller racer
that helps with gross motor, coordination, and motor planning.
games - perfection- operation a little hand held eight with a ball in it you have to move around the # 8 I can't remember the name.
building with little legos gears
That is somethings I have lots more ideas for things let me know if I can help
God Bless Teresa