Occupational Therapy -> Sensory -> Olfactory

Olfactory

Olfactory processing is the way in which we take in and interpret what we smell. Examples of olfactory processing challenges include the following examples: inability to smell or notice hazardous smells (i.e, gas, fire), and heightened sensitivity to smells causing nausea/inability to be in a required space or try new foods.

Resources

  • Homemade Sugar Scrub preview

    Homemade Sugar Scrub

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, OTR

    Sensory Integration Resource. Recipe Resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. Physical Therapy Resource. Homemade sugar scrub can be made to use in the home, in the clinic, and during teletherapy w...

  • How to Make Ice Cream In a Bag preview

    How to Make Ice Cream In a Bag

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, OTR

    Feeding Therapy Resource. Occupational Therapy Resource. Physical Therapy Resource. This is a recipe for making homemade ice cream in a bag. This would be great for OT, PT, or SLP. This can be made...

    Includes activity list
  • Five Senses: My Birthday preview

    Five Senses: My Birthday

    Teodora Gajic Bakic, MOT, OTR/L

    Occupational Therapy Resource. Language Resource. Speech resource. SLP. OT. Senses. We feel it is our birthday by smelling cake, feeling love and touching presents, seeing happy faces, and hearing ...

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Related Disorder(s)

  • Sensory processing disorders - Sensory processing disorder is a condition in which the brain has trouble receiving and responding to information that comes in through the senses.