Understanding and Supporting Interoception in Occupational Therapy: Case Studies

Interoception, often referred to as the “eighth sense,” plays a crucial role in how individuals perceive and respond to their internal bodily signals. This sense is essential for self-regulation, emotional awareness, and overall well-being. For occupational therapy practitioners, understanding interoception and its impact on daily functioning is vital for providing effective interventions, particularly in pediatric … Read more

Sensory-Based Occupational Therapy Interventions for At-Home and Schools

Sensory-based interventions are essential tools in supporting the development and well-being of young children, particularly those with sensory processing challenges. However, the effectiveness of these interventions can be significantly enhanced through creativity. By thinking outside the box and personalizing sensory activities, parents, educators, and occupational therapists can create engaging, enjoyable, and therapeutic experiences that resonate … Read more