Speech Therapy -> Self-regulation -> Sensory Regulation

Sensory Regulation

Allows children to maintain an appropriate level of alertness in order to respond appropriately across environments to the sensory stimuli present.

Resources

  • Feeding Hierarchy Resource preview

    Feeding Hierarchy Resource

    Gabriella Romanoski, M.S., CF-SLP

    Kiki's feeding pyramid visual with description and rationale for therapists and caretakers.

  • Super Hero Animal Interval preview

    Super Hero Animal Interval

    Whitney Castle

    Have fun with these animal moves as a great exercise and gross motor activity. This activity can help with sensory/emotional regulation, calming techniques, balance, coordination, and strengthening...

Goal Bank

  • Janelle will learn vocabulary and functional phonemes to express his state of being and will verbalize the need for use of socially acceptable means to regulate his behavior with moderate cues and 90% accuracy across 3 consecutive sessions to increase self-regulation and social skills.
  • Carlton will request an object/activity/basic need (e.g. take a break) given visual supports (e.g. field of 4-4 picture symbols) in 90% of opportunities, adjusting level of support as needed across consecutive therapy sessions as measured by clinician data and observation to increase expressive language skills.

Visual Schedule Cards

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.