Occupational Therapy Students Talk About Gingerbread Houses

A lot of kids with sensory problems or other issues related to eating, may end up with very negative food associations, since the presence of food is usually associated with crying/screaming/frustration. A gingerbread house activity with some safe candies/items may be a good way to work on this. Ideally you’d contact a real OT though, since as students we can’t give specific advice besides kids may appreciate food being fun through play! What we talk about is loosely based on the SOS Feeding Protocol. This video star is OTS Virginia. I’m the amazing cameraman.

Dec 04, 2007 | Category: Occupational Therapy | Comments: none

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