Griffin OT Resources for Parents

Griffin OT Resources for Parents2023-04-19T12:34:07+01:00

Welcome to our parent page!

One this page your will find all of the resources that Kim has designed to support parents. They include introductions to all things sensory.  Kim answers questions like ‘What is Sensory Processing? and explores sensory challenges, supports and equipment.  She also explores fine motor skills and handwriting.  Don’t be afraid to hit the ‘load more button’!  There’s a search option at the top right of the page if you can’t find what you’re looking for.

Sensory Introduction

Sensory Training

Become your child’s sensory champion

If you want to take your sensory knowledge to the next level joining our online training is a must!  In the training our founder, Kim, walks you through everything sensory.  From understanding proprioception, to arousal and neurology.  Kim covers it all.

There are options for everyone.  The introduction is free.  The full training is indexed to the UK national minimum wage, as our goal is to keep things affordable.  There are also discounts for schools purchasing for more than four staff.

Join Kim and take a deep dive into sensory and become your child’s sensory championClick here to start your learning journey today.

Sensory Screen

Understand you child’s sensory needs

Kim also offers an online sensory screen for families based in the UK.  You can learn more about this here.

Sensory Challenges & Supports

Fine Motor & Handwriting Support

The ultimate step by step fine motor skill resource

Kim’s fine motor package includes a step by step handwriting programme (Write Rules) and 160 additional fine motor activities you can use with your child.  There are videos that your child can follow along with and videos to teach you how to use the supports correctly.  If you want to know how to help you child’s fine motor skills or handwriting progress, you can learn more here.  The resource is also perfect for schools, so why not share it with your child’s school too!

Fine Motor Challenges & Supports

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