Oral motor input is a very powerful and effective sensory input. It helps children self-regulate their behaviour. Self-regulation is where we actively do something to change our level of alertness. Just think of the strategies that you use to keep awake in a meeting – fiddling with a pencil, moving your feet, maybe even seeking some oral input through chewing on a pencil or chewing on a sweet?

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