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Sensory Gym Design for SI Occupational Therapy Autism

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Alexander Lopiccolo Producer of YouTube Sensory Integration videos and designer of over 50 sensory gyms for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, ADHD, ADD, Behavioral, Learning Disabilities and Developmental Motor Delays.  

An n Home Sensory Gym is good for continuing therapeutic activities (also known as sensory diet activities) on a daily basis that your Pediatric Sensory Integration Occupational therapists as a home program for your child. Alexander adapts any indoor or outdoor spaces into a gross motor therapy area just like you might see in an OT clinic. He also coaches the parents on how to play therapeutically activities with the child and siblings too in their home.  By children working hard to accomplish a task on hand with out giving up helps their confidence in addition to development.  Children get in touch with their intrinsic motivators by playing play based challenging games so they can be driven to achieve anything in life.

His videos can be found at Unique Prints Therapy channel on YouTube  He also runs a LinkedIn Group for Occupational Therapists.

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