Help your Sensory Child Get Organized Strategies for Planning and Prioritizing Life

This is a small series I’m sharing this month, called Get Your Sensory Child Organized.  These are tips and ideas for helping your child with sensory processing concerns and other underlying problem areas get organized and start planning and prioritizing tasks.  These are the kids that look sloppy or lazy, but really have problems with fine motor, visual motor, gross motor, attention, executive functioning, and many other areas.  All of these problem areas will interfere with task completion and will lead to sloppy closets, messy desks, and homework that is not completed.  

Real tips for kids with sensory needs to get organized at home and school from an Occupational Therapist

If you know a child who is having trouble getting organized, then this series is for you!  Be sure to stop back to get all of the tips!

How to Help Sensory Kids Get Organized

These are the posts you will be seeing from us, soon!  Be sure to stop back and see them all.

 help kids get organized with tips from an Occupational Therapist

Help Your Sensory Kids Organized in SCHOOL: Read the full article HERE.
Our first post in the series is live!  If you know a child or student who has a sloppy desk, crammed locker, misplaced materials, and forgotten homework, then this post is for you!

Help Your Sensory Kids Get Your Kids Organized AT HOME:  Read the full article HERE After-school routines, homework struggles, afternoon free-time, extra-curricular activities, organizing the home and prepping for the next day, cooperative family work, fun family time, and more.

Sensory Considerations in Organization and Attention: Read the full article HERE.  Sometimes, attention and sensory processing issues have a huge factor in organizing a child.
Helping kids with sensory processing disorder get organized in school, in the mornings, and after school.

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