Dating sensory integration
Adventurous participants are given the opportunity to smell, hear, taste, touch, see and move their way to a greater understanding of the subconscious processes that drive our behavior and desires.
Guests discover what the smell of sweat tells us about a prospective partner, how eating raw kale and apricots transforms our capacity for flirtation, and why long vocal chords are sexy.
While their factual retention is excellent, they are a little detached from their environment, and they barely interact with other children.
In addition, these kids have a heightened sensitivity to sensory stimuli; for example, they cover their ears when they hear loud noises, and their difficulty handling frustration shows up as loud and frequent tantrums.
This one-of-a-kind event explores the science of attraction through a range of enticing sensory adventures.
At the extreme end of the spectrum of sensory integration lies a rare condition called Asperger syndrome, in which a child shows high intelligence in specific areas and develops language but lacks social skills in a way that resembles autism [See: ].Allow your child to help you write down or draw pictures of a simple schedule of events.Be careful not to tie yourself to very specific play activities…inevitably, things will not go as planned and this could lead to a meltdown. For example: If you’re going to someone else’s house, throw a few tried and true favorites into a backpack and tell your child that she can share them with her friend!was designed to help children with SPD to self-regulate, calm down, and maintain an optimal arousal level throughout the day.
It is tailored to help manager sensory diet, with more than 100 easy-to-follow activity illustrations, grouped and color coded by sensory systems.
You can also use these strategies during the play date as the kids move from one activity to the next and at the end of the play date to signal that the interaction is over.