“Heavy work activities are ideal for children with sensory processing disorders.
Why? Because the activities required during the movements can help with improving attention, proprioceptive input to the muscles and joints, body awareness, and calming to help minimize aggression, plus it’s fun and just tires them out.” – Special Needs Blog
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