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Top Sensory Fidgets for School Great for Sensory Bins and Baskets, homeschool, and OT and pediatrician offices!  Pinned by Gail Zahtz

Top Sensory Fidgets for School Great for Sensory Bins and Baskets, homeschool! I gave my class party-size play dough for a fidget this year. Looking forward to having these other ideas for future classes

10 Commandments the hearing impaired wish you knew.

Good for hearing people to know when they deal with hard of hearing people. Keeps the frustration level down too.

Damaged Cochlea | #Audiology I've actually never seen this before. Very cool.

Be careful with excess noise and protect your ears! These cochlear hair cells are easily damaged and this leads to permanent sensorineural hearing loss.

This is a cochlea that has been opened so that you can see the nerve cells inside: each of the little lines that you see within the cochlea is a nerve cell. Different parts of the cochlea respond to different frequencies of sound, from high frequencies in the base (top part of the image) to low frequencies in the apex (innermost part of the spiral)

This is a cochlea (inner ear) that has been opened so that you can see the nerve cells inside: each of the little lines that you see within the cochlea is a nerve cell.

5 Squat Variations For Killer Legs (Equipment-Free!)

5 Squat Variations For Killer Legs (Equipment-Free! All squats, done correctly, help to strengthen the knee joint as well as tone your legs, but you need to be careful if you have knee injuries or other knee problems.

Poster – Everyday sensory integration

Understanding sensory issues associated with Autism – Everyday sensory integration. Ideal to calm or motivate