Back in the Saddle After a Tough Horse Racing Accident
Horse racing runs in the family so it was no surprise that Skyler wanted to follow in her mother's footsteps and pursue her dream of being a thoroughbred horse
Added on September 12, 2018
by Blog Admin
Many of us have had our eyes glued to the Weather Channel in recent days. With Hurricane Florence bearing down and coming closer to the east coast, many families are evacuating and heading away from the hurricane's path. Big weather events can be stressful for anyone. But children with sensory sensitivities can find it particularly difficult to cope with the stress of a weather event like this. Occupational therapists from Ivy Rehab Network clinic, Southeastern Therapy For Kids, put together this great list to help families weather the storm with children that are sensory sensitive.
When something unexpected occurs, remove your child from the stimulus as best you can and try to calm their sensory system back to a normal level of arousal using these strategies below:
We're here for you and your families! If you have a child that is sensory sensitive and want to learn more about our pediatric therapy programs, please contact us and we'll help you find a clinic and therapist in your area. If you are in the path of the hurricane, be safe and follow your community's evacuation recommendations!