Autism

Does social anxiety have anything to do with Asperger syndrome?

29 January, 2018 , / Mateusz

Asperger syndrome according to DSM V Pursuant to the DSM V disorder classification of the American Psychiatric Association, Asperger syndrome is included into a wider group of ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). According to DSM V, the symptoms of Asperger syndrome include: A. Persistent deficits in social communication and relationships with numerous environments, as manifested by: […]

Weighted collar – always ready to help

28 August, 2017 , / Mateusz

How does the weighted collar help? Weighted collars are used for people with psychophysical disorders. Most often they are used by people that are: autistic, With sensory integration disorders, with anxiety disorder with obsessive-compulsive disorder, with depression or similar mental disorders, with posttraumatic stress syndrome. When do we use a weighted collar? The design of […]

Autism – how to calm emotions?

13 July, 2017 , / Mateusz

Preventing crises – eliminate irritating stimuli Of crucial importance here is to observe the child and eliminate annoying stimuli from the environment. In case of hypersensitivity to sounds, it is important to place the child in a quiet place that is conveniently isolated from all noises. A perfect shelter can be a room with noise-reduced […]

How can weighted blanket help a child with autism?

06 July, 2017 , / Mateusz

Weighted blanket, and autism Autism and developmental disorders are most often accompanied by sensory and affective problems. The deep pressure exerted by the closely spaced sensory weighted blanket allows children with these disorders to feel comfortable. How? The body experiencing decisive oppression becomes more static, organized and calmer. In such a state, it is easier […]

Weighted blanket and child – 6 ways for home therapy

13 June, 2017 / Mateusz

Action blanket weighted blanket Usually, we can unmistakably feel when we arrange our body in different positions. We are aware of our position, even when we lock eyes. Let us take a moment, close your eyes and try to touch the tip of your nose with your finger tip…each of us has tried this before. […]

Proprioceptive system dysfunctions – how to recognize them?

12 June, 2017 / Mateusz

What is a proprioceptive system? Proprioceptive receptors are located in muscles, tendons, joints and ligaments. They read information related to muscle compression, muscle stretching, bending and straightening of joints, body alignment, body movement. The proprioceptive system allows the child to control his or her body position and movement. The child can plan and execute planned […]

Let yourself relax

07 June, 2017 / Mateusz

How to relax? Deep relaxation is possible with silent thoughts and lowering muscle tension. This is equivalent to getting rid of accumulated stress in the body. Purification of thought can be achieved by focusing on any object or activity of one’s own body, such as breathing. Controlling your breath or observing something in the environment, […]

How does a weighted blanket work?

25 May, 2017 / Mateusz

Weighted blanket is particularly recommended for sensory integration disorders, developmental disorders (including ADHD, Autism, Asperger’s Syndrome, Down’s syndrome, Rett syndrome, Tourette’s syndrome, etc.), and neurotic disorders (e.g. Anxiety disorder, neurosis, depression, etc.). A weighted blanket and better control over body and emotions The weighted blanket is not a normal cover. Its weight and size are […]

Who can benefit from a weighted blanket?

24 May, 2017 , / Mateusz

Weighted blanket and insomnia Weighted blankets can be used before falling asleep as well as during sleep. They help users to calm down and relax. Furthermore, they ensure better quality of sleep. This is their main task and they fulfill it perfectly – this is confirmed by numerous observations from both scientists and practitioners. There […]

Weighted vest- a way to harness excess energy

22 May, 2017 , / Mateusz

Waistcoats are perfect for all ages. Those who already wear the vest have a good idea of ​​the impact it has on their lives; the type of vest they feel the best in, and which aesthetics suit them. The parents of younger children are much more likely to get bored, even if the child does […]

The weighted blanket – a luxury of a healthy sleep

18 May, 2017 / Mateusz

Who is the weighted blanket for? The sensory blanket is otherwise called a weighted blanket. The first name suggests a connection with the senses, the second one – with weight. It would be most appropriate to combine the two associations, because the blanket’s weight has an evenly distributed pressure, and thus affects the receptors (senses) […]

Sensory integration with autistic children

15 May, 2017 , / Mateusz

The sensorial world of an autistic child. Every day we all use our senses and do so to a great extent subconsciously. We look, we listen, we taste, we smell and we touch. We also use our sense of balance and proprioception, or deep feeling. All this happens harmoniously and one could say “painlessly”. The […]