You will learn our Sensory Routine first. It doesn't mean that we consider that your child has a sensory disorder. It prepares the body and brain for the rest of the program. It is also an enjoyable and relaxing way to end the day and help your child sleep. It can help with bedtime routine. Any time of day is suitable for the most of the other activities but, we find that parents often find it is easier to set up a routine at the start.
Find a time when it suits you and your child. When possible, you both need to feel alert rather than tired, as we all learn better when feeling fresh. There are some movements which should be avoided at bedtime as they are more stimulating than most.