Dysnomia

 

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Dysgraphia

 

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Dyspraxia

 
 

Executive Function

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Emotional Regulation

 

 Memes

 

Metacognition

 

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Sensory Diet

 
  • A sensory diet isn't about food, even though food can be a part of it. Rather, it is a way to help a child or adult find ways to incorporate activities that the body may be craving from the 8 Sensory Symptoms

  • Olfactory = Smell

  • Auditory = Hearing

  • Ocular = Vision 

  • Tactile = Touch

  • Gustatory = Taste

  • Proprioceptive = Awareness of your bodies joints positioning 

  • Interoceptive = Body regulator with various functions like thirst, pain, and emotions

  • Vestibular = It helps our motor functions related to balance and posture

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