Adding some additional sensory items to your toolbox could greatly benefit how individuals with neurodiversity can interact within the environment and provide support for sensory and emotional regulation.  Sensory tools support the five main senses; taste, touch, smell, sight, and hearing as well as three other senses that are vitally important to regulation: proprioception, which is body movements (muscles, tendons, and joints), vestibular, which supports body spatial awareness, orientation and balance and interception which is sensations of internal body sensations (hunger, pain, etc.).

Sensory tools are items that help individuals who have a low or high sensory threshold, to regulate their sensory system.  They can help to:

  • Reduce anxiety
  • Promote focus
  • Calm heightened senses
  • Stimulate dormant senses
  • Promotes sense of touch (tactile awareness and tolerance)
  • Develops fine motor skills

Getting to Know the Senses

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