Distance learning brings a new level of challenges for all of our students. Katie McKenna, MS OTR/L, shares 5 sensory friendly trips for distance learning that will be helpful for both teachers and parents.
5 Sensory Friendly Tips for Distance Learning:
1. Give frequent breaks.
2. Make sensory tools available.
3. Utilize heavy work.
4. Reduce visual clutter on the screen.
5. Consider auditory needs.
Katie shares more details on best practices for how and when to implement these strategies!
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