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Sensory Processing and Strategies

The Sensory Action Plan and Most Likely / Least Likely table available on this page were discussed in our Sensory Processing webinars.

You can complete them in conjunction with your viewing of the webinars.

Sensory Processing and Sensory Strategies webinars

In Part 1- Understanding Sensory Processing, we:

  • explored sensory processing
  • considered the differences diverse learners, including those on the autism spectrum, may experience with processing information from their senses
  • identified how sensory processing differences may impact on the daily lives of individuals and those around them.

In Part 2- Implementing Sensory Strategies, we discussed:

  • the importance of understanding sensory processing differences
  • how to review tools, strategies and resources that can assist individuals to meet their sensory needs and engage in their everyday activities.

General resources

Raising Children Network - Sensory sensitivities: children and teenagers with autism spectrum disorder

The Inspired Treehouse - Homepage

Department for Education South Australia - Ready to Learn Interoception kit

Positive Partnerships - Understanding Sensory Processing online learning module

Middletown Centre for Autism - Sensory audit for schools and classrooms

Queensland Government Autism Hub and Reading Centre - Environmental audit

Autism CRC - Inclusion Ed

Cosmic Kids Yoga

Kiddo movement skills for kids aged 3-8

Smiling Mind meditation

Choiceworks app for creating individualised visuals

Autism apps - website that reviews different autism apps available

OT Australia- Find an OT

Raising Children’s Network - Parent guide to therapies


Positive Partnerships' Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander resources

My Child’s Storybook

Djarmbi the different kookaburra story

Story Telling Film Clips

Autism, Our Kids, Our Stories: Voices of Aboriginal Parents Across Australia