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How sensory support can boosts kids' emotional health

Nicole and I want to take a moment to write about something, really close to our hearts. The impact sensory processing needs have on emotional health and regulation. In a nut shell, meeting kids' sensory needs can make a big difference in their emotional well-being. So let's talk about how we can help our little ones feel happier and more balanced.


So, what's sensory stuff all about?

Well, it's how kids process all the sensory input from their environment. Some kids breeze through it all, while others find it trickier to handle. But don't worry, we can help!


Imagine your kid as a plant – they need just the right care to grow strong and healthy. Meeting their sensory needs is like giving them the perfect environment to thrive. When they feel good in their senses, they're more likely to feel calm and happy inside.


Now, here's the best bit: when kids feel calm and balanced, they're better at handling their feelings. They're like little champions, ready to tackle anything that comes their way. Plus, they're more likely to get along with others and feel good about themselves.


So, how do we make this happen?

Firstly, pay attention to what your kid likes and doesn't like. Maybe they love soft blankets or need quiet time when things get too loud. By giving them what they need, we're helping them feel safe and secure. Understanding this and drawing on your child's self-motivation is key to success. (To learn more how to do this visit https://www.thesupersensorysquad.com/course)


And guess what? You don't have to do it alone!

The Super Sensory Squad is here to lend a hand. With their tips and tricks, you'll be a sensory superhero in no time! Visit our low cost membership, 'The Learning Lounge' to get accessible and easy to use resources at your finger tips. https://www.thesupersensorysquad.com/plans-pricing


So, let's give our kids the support they need to thrive – one sensory adventure at a time. Together, we can help them grow into happy, healthy, and confident individuals.

Kate and Nicole x



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