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Sensory & Communication

There are many things that naturally go well together. . . pasta & sauce, coffee & creamer, and most definitely SENSORY & COMMUNICATION. 


Trying to meet someone's sensory needs when they don't have a way to express how they are feeling is only putting a "bandaid" on a much larger need. 


Without a means to express themselves the individuals can't say whether they like the sensory input, if they "want more" or "want to stop", or express what body part is not truly meeting their needs. 


That is the main reason why sensory and communication should ALWAYS be paired together!


As we are addressing sensory needs, families and teams should be making sure the individual is learning words to help get those sensory needs met.  

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