We invite your child to come play, build, and grow in a small group in our unique sensory gym and learning setting. Via the expertise of an occupational therapist, our program promotes positive peer interactions and assists children who experience difficulty in group settings due to maladaptive sensory processing.

Sensory Explorers Social Group Sensory Motor Play and Social Learning skills for children 4-5 years old

  • Engaging and participating in a positive, meaningful way via sensory motor and dramatic play
  • Initiating and responding to peers with reciprocal turn taking
  • Improving Body Awareness in space and in a group
  • Recognizing level of arousal (high, low, or just right)
  • Motor Planning and spatial awareness during group movement tasks
  • Keeping your body in a group and following a group plan
  • Being flexible to transitions and tolerating other people’s ideas
  • Noticing how other people are thinking and feeling
  • Understanding how your or another’s actions affect those around you
  • Improving voice modulation
  • Whole body listening skills that encourage attention to peers and task
  • Improve coping skills and Self Regulation

Social Detectives Group Sensory Motor Play and Social Learning skills for children 6-9 years old

  • Participating in a group in a positive and meaningful way via sensory motor and dramatic play
  • Gaining perspective taking of others by getting and giving peer feedback
  • Developing deeper relationships through improved reading of body language and context of situations
  • Improving Strength and Body Awareness in a group
  • Recognizing level of arousal (high, low, or just right)
  • Time Management and planning skills (Improving Executive Functioning)
  • Being flexible to transitions and tolerating other people’s ideas
  • Making smart guesses about what other people are thinking and feeling
  • Understanding how your or another’s actions affect those around you
  • Improving voice modulation
  • Whole body listening skills that encourage attention to peers and task
  • Determining the size of a problem to improve coping skills
  • Matching their reaction to the size of a problem for improved Self Regulation