Who is Sensational Brain for?
Parents, Professionals, Children & Teens
- Sensory Processing Disorder
- Sensory Modulation Disorder
- ADD or ADHD
- Learning Disabilities
- Anxiety or Depression
What else does Sensational Brain offer?
- Current information and helpful resources
- Interact with our on-staff Occupational Therapist
- Regular emails and resources with latest research
Resources and customized Activity Cards for assisting with sensory disorders
- Activity Type (Calming/Alerting)
- English or Spanish
- Mobile Friendly
- Print Custom Cards
- Save to your Account
Most of us use sensory strategies without even knowing it.
- Drinking coffee when you’re tired
- Listening to music to unwind
- Jogging to release tension
Some people need a more intentional approach.
BrainWorks sensory diet helps with these needs through activity cards and resources that you can customize for your needs.
- Engage in Social Interactions
- Focus on learning and education
- Sustain attention on tasks better
Easily earn your Continuining Education Units through convenient webinars.
AOTA-approved webinars on topics relevant to the needs of sensational kids!
- Convenient webinars
- Nationally renowned speakers
- Receive your CEU certificate immediately
- Earn AOTA CEUs
Cost-effective CEUs how you need them:
- Live Zoom webinars
- View-on-demand webinars
- Self-paced webinars
Based on research
The science behind BrainWorks is based on multiple published resources1, including our own multi-case study:
Davies, P., Gavin, W.J. (2007). Validating the diagnosis of sensory processing disorders using EEG technology. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 61(2), 176-189.
Johnston, C. A., Tyler, C., Stansberry, S. A., Palcic, J. L., & Foreyt, J. P. (2009, April). Gum chewing affects academic performance in adolescents. Experimental Biology 2009 Meeting Abstracts, 23(S1), LB 487.
Mahar M. T., Murphy, S. K., Rowe, D. A., Golden, J., Shields, A. T., & Raedeke, T. D. (2006) Effects of a classroom-based program on physical activity and on task behavior. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 38(12), 2086-2094.
Schilling, D. L., Washington, K., Billingsley, F. F., & Deitz, J. (2003). Classroom seating for children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Therapy balls versus chairs. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 57(5), 534-541.
VandenBerg, N. L. (2001). The use of a weighted vest to increase on-task behavior in children with attention difficulties. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 55(6), 621-628.