project ideas for sensory changes in the
older adult include activities that use the five senses: vision, hearing, taste, smell and touch.
“Music therapy helps promote active listening. Hypnosis and biofeedback are sometimes used, along with psychotherapy, to help those with
SID, particularly older patients.” - http://www.healthatoz.com/healthatoz/Atoz/ency/sensory_integration_disorder.jsp
While there may be many toys for
children to create projects that stimulate sensory integration,
the adult, on the other hand, will have to look for “older”
toys or projects that help with sensory changes.
include food activities such as cooking.
other fun or recreational-type activity
Math, reading and writing
Drawing, painting, coloring
Visits to park settings or the outdoors
Exercise such as swimming
types of activities stimulate sensory changes in the adult. “Lesson Plans” or “recreational projects” can be
custom-made for each individual case, from the young adult to the
elderly. Because autism required step by step methods,
that is, one skill at a time, it is best not to overwhelm
learning by requiring too many skills to be learned at one time.
these incredible professional grade sensory swings for adults
integration in this incredible floating bed
Sensory Site Map