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Wednesday, October 31, 2012

Importance of Tactile and Olfactory Stimulation

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I found this video very informative!  I've been hearing more and more about tactile stimulation, but this is the first I have heard about olfactory stimulation.

I didn't like a few things in the video, mainly that the pre video of the daughter didn't show her at her best. We have no way to do a comparison because the first video was of the cutie pie in the morning when cranky and the other when she is playing nicely.  Also, the part where they start talking about what is different in developing nations, felt a lot like they were trying to insinuate causation where there was only causation.  The research, however, will prove causation and regardless of how it was presented there is absolutely no harm and only benefit to trying out techniques in children who are neurodiverse (like how I'm learning to be PR with my use of neurodiverse?)

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