Sensory processing disorder can present in many different ways. This is a helpful image to allow students to see how someone might feel with this disorder. Website provides very useful information for those researching this neurological disorder.
Have you ever wondered if a child’s behavior is truly a behavior issue or does there seem to be a sensory issue going on? Many times it is hard to tell if a behavior is truly a behavior or if your child is reacting to sensory problems in their body!
As kids grow older, their sensory processing issues may appear differently. Young children with sensory processing issues might be extremely fussy. In grade school, they might be awkward and have difficulty with transitions. And as teenagers, they may hav
Turning My Picky Eater Around: An Easy to Follow Plan
I have a good eater so far, but just in case the next one isn't! From my home to yours I'm sharing all the strategies to get your kid past all the picky eater drama. A whole plan that has been tested as a mom and therapist.
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