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Anger As A Secondary Emotion

Anger is such an interesting emotion. It is so misunderstood and seen as something Bad. There is no question that anger can be scary. But it is not in itself bad. The "badness" so to speak is when: it causes fear in those around us where fear is not useful...

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What is a Sensory Diet?

  Have you recently found out that your child has Sensory Processing Difficulties? If so it may have been suggested that a sensory diet would be helpful. You may be wondering how your child’s diet can help them to process sensory input more effectively, however a...

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Sensory Processing in the classroom

The classroom environment can be an extremely difficult place to navigate for a child with sensory processing difficulties. When a child has #sensory processing difficulties they can present in a number of different ways in the #classroom. Some being easier to pick...

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Aged Care Sevices

Aged Care  Activities of Daily Living Assessments (ADLs) Mattress assessments Falls prevention Mobility assessment Home modifications (basic – ie ramps, grab rails, bannister rails) Pressure care...

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Adult Disability Services

Adult Disability Services Activities of Daily Living Assessments (ADLs) Mattress assessments Pressure care assessment Home modifications (basic – ie ramps, grab rails, bannister rails) Manual...

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Occupational Therapy Adult

Adult Occupational Therapy Services Adult Disability Services Activities of Daily Living Assessments (ADLs) Mattress assessments Pressure care assessment Home modifications (basic – ie ramps, grab rails, bannister rails) Manual transfers  Aged Care  Activities of...

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What is Sensory Processing?

Sensory Processing - Its all about our senses and how they work Sensory processing can be described as the way the brain receives, interprets, organises and responds to sensory input. When refereeing to the senses, many people would likely think of 5 senses; touch,...

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