Sensory rooms are therapeutic spaces that provide students with personalized sensory inputs to meet their individual needs.
There are a wide variety of behavior management systems used by schools today.
Positive early childhood experiences are essential for later success in school, the workplace, and the community.
When the brain experiences a traumatic incident or situation, it does not shut down – it shifts.
The experience of trauma is often difficult to communicate through words, and is more easily described through sensory-based interventions.
Step number 9 in our Trauma Informed School training is to SUPPORT STAFF. Educators are vulnerable to burnout, teacher fatigue and vicarious trauma.
The field of early childhood traumatic stress and resilience has accelerated over the past two decades. Trauma and stress adversely affect children even as young as infancy and preschool age.
Trauma survivors often have a hard time noticing body signals and sensations.
When the brain experiences a traumatic incident or situation, it does not shut down–it shifts.