Teach Dressing Skills to Kids With Autism

Dressing skill, one of the ADL skills, is very important for the child to learn and become independent in the dressing skill. Developmental Dressing Skills: Before we get into the strategies to teach dressing, let’s see the developmental dressing skills for your child. Every parent needs to know this because this helps them to train […]

8 Interesting Activities For Pre-Math Skills


What is a Pre-Math Concept? Pre-math skills are math skills essential for the preschoolers. The pre-math concept consists of counting numbers (at least till 20), identification and pronouncing numbers, identifying patterns and comparing objects of different sizes, shapes and colors. This concept can be added as one among the table-top activities and gross motor activities […]

10 Activities to Improve Writing Skill of Your Child

Writing skill is one of the most advantageous skills for children with autism as it serves as an alternative way of communication for children who has a speech delay or difficulty and to excel in their academic performance as well. But on the other hand, it seems to be a challenging task for them because […]

10 Pre-Writing Activities For Kids With Autism

Pre-writing skill is an integral skill to be developed by the kids. It develops in a step by step manner corresponding to the child’s age. Age Pre-writing development 1-2 years 1. The child would attempt to paint using the whole arm movement to make strokes.2. Scribbles in vertical, horizontal and circle direction. 2-3 years 1. […]

Attention Activities for Kids with Autism

Attention is one among the common and important complaints, the healthcare professionals usually receive from the child’s parents. Children with ASD find attention as a very challenging skill because these children may not know how to avoid other unnecessary sensory information (for example, background noise) they receive and concentrate on one activity, as a result, […]

Olfactory Activities for Kids with Autism

Olfaction is the perception of smell which is processed by the olfactory system. In children with autism, some seek for the smell sense (HYPO) whereas others avoid the smell (HYPER). Children with autism don’t need to be hyposensitive or hypersensitive towards the sense of smell. In order to make sure, a detailed sensory assessment should […]

Auditory Activities for Kids with Autism

Auditory activities for kids with autism

Most of the children with ASD also suffer from sensory processing disorder. As a parent, you may be wondering why your child is unable to tolerate even mild sounds and often closes his/her ears, this may be due to auditory hypersensitivity. Let’s see the common signs below. Suggestions to help the kids: Make sure the room, where […]

Visual Activities for Kids with Autism


In general, children with autism have difficulty in processing the information they receive from their senses (including vision) which in turn makes it challenging for them to respond to the received input. Therefore to compensate, they respond in a form of different behavior. Below are the possible signs, the children with visual sensory issue usually […]

Oral Activities for Kids with Autism

Improving oral sensory-motor skills are essential for developing speech in children. Some children with autism might display either oral sensory issue (hypersensitive or hyposensitive) or oral motor issue or both. The signs of the oral sensory issues may include: In Oral hypersensitivity: Avoid certain food due to its texture, taste and/or temperature. Dislikes brushing. Exhibits gag reflex. […]

Balance Board Activities for Kids

Balance Board is an unstable board placed on the floor for children to perform activities. Balance board helps to improve, Balance. Coordination. Muscle tone. Proprioceptive awareness. It provides a safe vestibular stimulation for the children who are either sensitive to vestibular input or who seeks for the input. Children can be positioned in three different ways to perform […]