When considering the issue of quality of life for people with developmental disabilities, and particularly with those who have challenging behaviour, it is important to consider the role of sensory engagement in a holistic biopsychosocial approach. This can assist in developing coping skills and enhancing well-being in the daily lives of people we support. Join, Corene Jonat author of this article as she highlights creative strategies to develop sensory engagement in your outdoor and indoor spaces.
Webinar: Let’s Talk with Dave Hingsburger; Building Sensory Gardens, Rooms & Kits; Enhancing Quality of Life
by Nicole Dama | Jul 17, 2018