Course curriculum

  • 1

    What is Sensory Processing?

    • What is Sensory Processing?

  • 2

    Aquatic Sensory Recipe

    • Touch: The Tactile Sense

    • Movement: The Vestibular System

    • Body Position: Proprioception

    • Seeing: The Vision Sense

    • Hearing: The Auditory System

    • Taste and Smell: Gustatory and Olfactory

  • 3

    Aquatic Sensory Processing

    • Aquatic Sensory Processing for Touch, Movement and Body Position

    • Aquatic Sensory Processing for Seeing, Hearing, Taste and Smell

    • And if the sensory processing is challenged...?

    • Some typical behaviours:

    • More typical behaviours:

  • 4

    Calming and Stimulating Activities

    • Calming Activities

    • Expanding Sensory Input

  • 5

    Downloads

    • The Sensory System in the Water_Part 1

    • The Sensory System in the Water_Part 2