1. As an autism consultant, I often collaborate with occupational therapists to develop interventions and supports to empower students to self regulate. We are encouraging student teams to develop activities and exercises that prompt individual students to become more aware of the mind-body connection. This video is a part of series of individualized choices for a student to integrate into their sensory lifestyle.
    Finger Pushes- It might seem simple, but having a visual cue that reminds the student how to engage in the exercise, is the story behind this video. We also have the students self-model the exercises and these videos are kept private.

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  2. As an autism consultant, I often collaborate with occupational therapists to develop interventions and supports to empower students to self regulate. We are encouraging student teams to develop activities and exercises that prompt individual students to become more aware of the mind-body connection. This video is a part of series of individualized choices for a student to integrate into their sensory lifestyle.
    Arm Swings- It might seem simple, but having a visual cue that reminds the student how to engage in the exercise, is the story behind this video. We also have the students self-model these exercises and film these for their private use. Self modeling is arguably more powerful for students.

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  3. As an autism consultant, I often collaborate with occupational therapists to develop interventions and supports to empower students to self regulate. We are encouraging student teams to develop activities and exercises that prompt individual students to become more aware of the mind-body connection. This video is a part of series of individualized choices for a student to integrate into their sensory lifestyle.
    Hand squeezes- It might seem simple, but having a visual cue that reminds the student how to engage in the exercise, is the story behind this video. We also have the students self-model these exercises and film these for their private use. Self modeling is arguably more powerful for students.

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  4. As an autism consultant, I often collaborate with occupational therapists to develop interventions and supports to empower students to self regulate. We are encouraging student teams to develop activities and exercises that prompt individual students to become more aware of the mind-body connection. This video is a part of series of individualized choices for a student to integrate into their sensory lifestyle.
    5 breaths- It might seem simple, but having a visual cue that reminds the student how to engage in the exercise, is the story behind this video. We also have the students self-model these exercises and film these for their private use. Self modeling is arguably more powerful for students.

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  5. As an autism consultant, I often collaborate with occupational therapists to develop interventions and supports to empower students to self regulate. We are encouraging student teams to develop activities and exercises that prompt individual students to become more aware of the mind-body connection. This video is a part of series of individualized choices for a student to integrate into their sensory lifestyle.
    Straw Breathing- It might seem simple, but having a visual cue that reminds the student how to engage in the exercise, is the story behind this video. We also have the students self-model these exercises and film these for their private use. Self modeling is arguably more powerful for students.

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