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Rachel Harrington and Jessica Hill, are two passionate Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants who answer your questions related to all things sensory, occupational therapy, parenting, self-care, nutrition, and health, from a therapist’s perspective. Providing raw, honest, fun ideas, and strategies, for parents and families to implement into daily life. Great for those who work with children with sensory processing disorder, special needs, autism, and ADHD. This podcast is brought to you b ...
 
Sensory Matters is a weekly podcast featuring expert interviews from the world of Sensory Seeking, Stimming & Autism. Supporting the World's Number 1 community of Sensory Seekers at chewigem.com this show is all about helping sensory seekers, carers and professionals with useful, interesting and inspiring stories. Find out more at, chewigem.com
 
Welcome to the Sensory Friendly Solutions Podcast! We are bringing you an 11-part deep dive into the world of your senses, sensory sensitivity and sensory overload, with the goal of discovering sensory friendly solutions for daily life. You’ll hear the candid voices of the Sensory Friendly Solutions team, international experts, parents, industry leaders and people like you, who have created solutions made for the real world. Podcast reflections and leadership are provided by Sensory Friendly ...
 
Execu-Sensory & Neuropedagogy Educational Consulting Services is a partnership who utilizes the principals of sensory integration, neuropedagogy and neuroplasticity to reframe how professionals in the field of education view their students, their craft and themselves. This is the spoken word of articles written by the partnership found on esnpconsulting.com. The articles cover: Body Breakhroughs, Brain Bits, Mind Matters and Neuropedagogy.
 
How can new technology help you to play a new musical instrument? The E-Sense research programme is experimenting with novel augmentation devices to explore sensory, bodily and cognitive extension. In this interdisciplinary research, philosophy and art combine with various flavours of computing: ubiquitous; wearable; and physical. We take a look at how E-Sense's speculative philosophical research experiments, built on the 1960's work of Paul Bach-Y-Rita's minimal tactile vision sensory subst ...
 
Sensory Experience is a journey of discovery into life’s sensory sensations, the transformative power of hospitality and creating holistic experiences that are mesmerizing, memorable and meaningful. Listen to Reinhard dwelling on multi sensory perception besides inspiring, sharing and exerting ingenuity for business and personal growth.
 
Welcome to this brand new podcast which will delve into the wonderful world of Sensory Stories with your illegible host, Pete Wells! Each episode, there will be chat, tips news and terrible jokes all about the wonderful world of sensory stories. Most importantly, each episode will feature a sensory story to share with your very special listeners. After the story, Pete will deconstruct each part of the story, explaining why and how certain props are used, the educational benefits of them and ...
 
A show for those struggling to fall asleep and those who may be suffering from addiction, depression and physical or mental illness. With an eclectic array of guests from a variety of backgrounds, listen as they share inspiring stories and their own techniques for overcoming adversity, whilst delving into the worlds of music, comedy, cinema and sport. Sensory Deprivation provides an encouraging respite from your thoughts, when sleep is farthest from your mind. Visit sensoryshow.com | @sensor ...
 
Narrated by some of New York’s most beloved voices, "Mind's Eye: A Sensory Guide to the Guggenheim New York" was designed for the blind and low-vision communities and is illuminating for all. This eleven-episode guide to the New York’s landmark Guggenheim building takes you on a journey of the senses through a UNESCO World Heritage-designated architectural masterpiece. Wherever you choose to listen, the "Mind’s Eye" podcast will transport you into the heart of New York City, and bring you fr ...
 
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Whether it's your first or fifth child, today’s guests are here to help! Every child has successes and challenges, and every family needs support, regardless of whether or not those families include members with special needs. Tuning in, you’ll hear from Sonya Abegglen and Lynnelle King from the Family Seasons Postpartum Clinic, where they offer pr…
 
Life can be challenging if you’re struggling with knowing where your body is in space. Some of your kiddos might be facing daily challenges if they lack body awareness, mid-range control, or force modulation, so today’s episode is all about these skills and tips for improving them. These three “skills” act like a little triad that you have to think…
 
The topic of essential oils gives rise to varying opinions & reactions, & to help us understand this often misunderstood topic, we invited our friend Erin Owings, who runs The Supernatural Project, to have a discussion! As the mother to two children who have struggled with Laryngomalacia, which can greatly inhibit a baby's ability to breathe, Erin …
 
Today’s show is all about speaking to your pediatrician about the different developmental stages of your child when they are between the ages of three months and one year old. Your hosts, Jessica and Rachel, are both mothers, so they are speaking from experience, and the episode is full of their personal stories. Rachel and Jessica want all new par…
 
Raising a child with Level 3 autism and a combined diagnosis of PANDAS can be a challenge for parent and child. Today we welcome back the Blymillers. We first interviewed Angela and Shawn 122 episodes ago! Much has changed since then. In this show, we check in with these super-parents to find out how their five-and-a-half-year-old boy, Theo, is res…
 
As parents, therapists, and teachers, we have specific goals we want our kids to be able to achieve, whether it’s something like brushing their teeth at home, drinking water from an open cup, or working on their handwriting. What we don’t always think about are those underlying skills that we need them to establish before they can actually work on …
 
Welcome to All Things Sensory by Harkla! This trailer is a great place to start if you're new to the show! We cover: Who we (Rachel & Jessica) are What our background is as Certified Occupational Therapists What are our most popular episodes Who Harkla is If you're looking to go deeper on any of the shows, we always include show notes and transcrip…
 
In our early stages of development, we all have a template in our brains that guides how we move. And the movements we make based on that guide are called innate rhythmic movements. This set of movements helps us go from being defenseless babies to developing skills like walking, speaking, and even coping with stress. Today’s guest is Sonia Story, …
 
We've got BIG NEWS to announce to everyone during this podcast episode! We're joining the Harkla Team as in-house content creators, experts, and podcast hosts! This means we're changing the name of the podcast to All Things Sensory by Harkla! Like we mention in the episode, to celebrate we're having a big sale on all of our Harkla products: One mon…
 
We are often asked about how to deal with fighting between siblings and how to help them get along better. First off, it’s always useful to remember that fighting is a natural and inevitable part of life between children, and it’s just a matter of making sure that the difficulties that do arise are within a reasonable limit and are not dangerous. W…
 
A career in occupational therapy can take on many different characteristics and trajectories. Our guest today, Reema Naim, is a great example of this and she shares her unique path and how she built a business and lifestyle around her passions and strengths. We hear from Reema about her early forays into the world of health and the different explor…
 
Facilitating speech for your child or the child you care for can be loads of fun, and in today’s episode, hosts Rachel and Jessica cover a whole bunch of activities that can incorporate language into daily tasks. While we don’t focus specifically on language development - but rather verbiage - some of these tasks may help your child with enunciatio…
 
Welcome to episode 138! This episode is sponsored by Harkla Co. Learn more about why we LOVE this company HERE! Use the Code: “sensory” for a 10% discount on everything in their shop! This week’s episode is an incredible conversation with Whitney Sarnowski. Whitney spent the first few years after graduating with her undergraduate degree - in specia…
 
Back in 2018, we released our third podcast episode all about bedtime and sleep. This episode is an updated version of that episode - Sleep 2.0! Get ready for a discussion on WHY many children struggle to get a good night’s sleep as well as our fav tips, tricks, and strategies to help the entire family feel successful with bedtime. This podcast is …
 
This episode is an incredible conversation with Rachel McFedries - Rachel is passionate about helping parents of children ages birth - 7 years balance screen time and play time. Because parenting these days can feel overwhelming and energy-draining, screens can become the “easy” answer. As a result, some children are experiencing more screen time t…
 
Have you ever had your child, client, or student draw a picture of a person, or of themself? Did you know that the drawing can tell you a lot about the child’s understanding of their body and environment? That’s what this episode is all about! And of course, stay tuned ‘til the end to hear tips, tricks, and strategies to help improve body awareness…
 
Today we have an incredible conversation with Jennifer Barnard, an Occupational Therapist who is dedicated to the prevention and treatment of plagiocephaly without a helmet, while treating torticollis quickly and effectively. You can hear the passion in her voice so make sure you check out her website and start following her on Instagram after list…
 
Today’s episode is in answer to a listener question about treatment planning - how to plan and set up treatment activities for a variety of kiddos, at a variety of levels, to address a variety of goals. Get ready to take notes as Rachel & Jessica break down how to set up an obstacle course activity and how to easily modify each step. They also prov…
 
Quote “A new year can begin only because the old year ends.” Madeleine L'Engle Welcome to the Sensory Strides podcast. Observations of the world through activity, reading, listening, and everything else. As we wrap up 2020 my thoughts turn to the new year and what goal to set. When I simplified my goals for 2020 to take a rest year, I had no idea t…
 
Today’s conversation is with McKenzie Hoffman, M.A., CCC-SLP, a Speech Pathologist who began her career in the NICU as well as providing feeding therapy in a pediatric outpatient clinic. Her passion led her to create a feeding program, as well as her Instagram account - @playingatyourplate - where she helps families feed their children in a positiv…
 
This episode is all about birth stories - Rachel and Jessica talk about their sons and how different their experiences were. No judgement, no criticism. Just stories. Can you relate?! Be sure to check out the show notes on our blog at Harkla.Co/Podcast. Brought To You By Harkla This podcast is brought to you by Harkla. Our mission at Harkla is to h…
 
Get ready for an AMAZING conversation with Stefanie, proud Mama to the incredible Lilly. She shares her journey with her daughter and her daughter’s Autism Service Dog, Indy, in this episode as well as on Instagram. After listening to this conversation, make sure you follow Stefanie and Lilly, reach out to them, and show them some love! Be sure to …
 
In this very special bonus episode of the Sensory Friendly Solutions Podcast our Host Matt George is chatting with the towering Dr. Temple Grandin. Thanks for listening - Christel Seeberger and the Sensory Friendly Solutions Team. Full blog posts and transcripts for each episode can be found on our website. Podcast leadership is provided by Sensory…
 
As your podcast DJs, we are answering a listener’s question today - how to create a sensory diet for a child with low registration. First, we dive into what it looks like to have a child with low registration. Then we give you our top 5 activities to complete with your child. Take some notes! Be sure to check out the show notes on our blog at Harkl…
 
In this episode of the Sensory Friendly Solutions Podcast our Host Matt George is chatting with Dr. Peggy Bown and Laura Caswell. EPISODE GUIDE 4:49 Dr. Bown's Introduction 7:26 Peggy's COVID-19 Experience 11:10 Laura Caswell's Introduction 15:12 Laura reflects on the early days of COVID-19 20:14 Peggy introduces Sensory Friendly service provision …
 
In this episode, you get to hear from Lindsay Livingston, a Registered Dietitian (RD) and mother to 3 beautiful children. She started a food blog back in 2010, completed schooling to become an RD, and eventually shifted her focus to being with her children full time. Lindsay currently uses her blog and her Instagram page as a way to teach parents t…
 
In this episode of the Sensory Friendly Solutions Podcast our Host Matt George is chatting with podcast host, marketing professional and mother of a wonderful boy who experiences autism, Trish Hamilton. EPISODE GUIDE: 3:17 Trish's radical transitions in 2020 7:03 Trish's experience in broadcasting 8:39 Trish's thoughts on Podcasting 10:00 Trish did…
 
As podcast DJs, we LOVE answering your questions and this episode is just that - answering a listener’s question regarding gravitational insecurity. What is it? Why does it happen? What can you do to help your child if they exhibit gravitational insecurities? Listen in and take notes! Be sure to check out the show notes on our blog at Harkla.Co/Pod…
 
In this episode of the Sensory Friendly Solutions Podcast our Host Matt George is chatting with Dr. Winnie Dunn. Dr. Winnie Dunn is a world renowned expert on the ways that sensory experiences affect our everyday lives. She has studied babies to older adults to identify patterns of reactions to sensations, and has published more than 100 journal ar…
 
Quote “Cities are not microwave popcorn. Unless you are talking, as we are, about Oklahoma City. Oklahoma City is microwave popcorn.” Sam Anderson Welcome to the Sensory Strides podcast. Observations of the world through activity, reading, listening, and everything else. 52 Hike Challenge – Join us! There are free challenges and lots of swag you ca…
 
Today’s episode is a fantastic conversation with Jake Kreindler, a Pediatric Physical Therapist and a Level 3 Cuevas MEDEK Exercise Specialist. Jake has traveled around the world, helping children and families reach their goals. He currently works in New York, performing regular and intensive therapy sessions. Be sure to check out the show notes on…
 
In this episode of the Sensory Friendly Solutions Podcast our Host Matt George is chatting with Stella Waterhouse. "As a second generation educator and autism awareness expert I share my personal and professional experience and understanding of the autism spectrum and the many challenges that people with autism and their families face in their dail…
 
What is “stimming?” What does it look like? Who participates in it? Why? All of these questions are addressed in this episode, and MORE! We are always looking for ways to provide you with simple, tangible tips, tricks, and strategies and this episode has everything you need! Be sure to check out the show notes on our blog at Harkla.Co/Podcast. Brou…
 
In this episode of the Sensory Friendly Solutions Podcast our Host Matt George is chatting with the great Karine Gagner, President of FDMT. Karine Gagner is the President of FDMT, a company specializing in high-quality educational materials and sensory tools. She founded FDMT in 2002 and has grown it ever since. It's goal: to offer a wide range of …
 
Quote “Someone struggled for your right to vote. Use it.” Susan B. Anthony Welcome to the Sensory Strides podcast. Observations of the world through activity, reading, listening, and everything else. 52 Hike Challenge – Join us! There are free challenges and lots of swag you can buy. https://www.52hikechallenge.com/?rfsn=3543491.754f73&utm_source=r…
 
Today we are talking to the amazing Jennifer Blossom - boy mom, Occupational Therapist, and CEO / Founder of Blossoming Moms. Blossoming Moms is a digital wellness brand that helps overwhelmed moms simplify motherhood using healthy habits and simple strategies in order to feel great and live a life of meaning. Jennifer is also the host of the top-r…
 
In this episode of the Sensory Friendly Solutions Podcast our Host Matt George is chatting with the great Carol Stock Kranowitz, best-selling author of "The Out-of-Sync Child." As a music, movement and drama teacher for 25 years (1976-2001), Carol observed many out-of-sync preschoolers. To help them become more competent in their work and play, she…
 
Quote “If we do not find anything very pleasant, at least we shall find something new.” Voltaire Welcome to the Sensory Strides podcast. Observations of the world through activity, reading, listening, and everything else. 52 Hike Challenge – Join us! There are free challenges and lots of swag you can buy. https://www.52hikechallenge.com/?rfsn=35434…
 
Today we are diving into Sensory Modulation Disorder. This particular subtype of Sensory Processing Disorder consists of 3 sub-categories: Under-Responsive, Over-Responsive, and Craving. You’ll definitely want to take notes, listen more than once, and share this episode with your friends, family, and colleagues! Be sure to check out the show notes …
 
In this episode of the Sensory Friendly Solutions Podcast our Host Matt George is chatting with the great Dr. Bill Wong, TEDx Speaker, Occupational Therapist and OTA/OT Program Adjunct Faculty Member. Dr. Wong wants to help all people living with autism "Fight On." Interested in watching Bill's TEDx talk and learning more? Click here. How does TED …
 
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