Looking to get more sensory input, especially for vestibular and proprioceptive needs? Try these Sensory Obstacle Courses made from objects you probably already have lying around your house. Find out what types of activities to include in a well rounded s
Magnet Roads- laminate mazes, "pencil adventures," etc. and place metal pieces (e. nuts) on top with a magnet underneath to pull the metal pieces along. Good for: motor planning/visualization, visual motor, and fine motor skills;
Mirror Therapy for Individuals with hemiplegia after CVA or Storke. The individuals moves their unaffected hand but they SEE both hands moving! This causes activity in the motor areas of the affected side of the brain.