Sensory


Does a Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Look different in Adults versus Children Sensory

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) in Adults and Children One of the myths surrounding a Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is that it’s just a phase and kids will grow out of it. It is possible for a child to find their own positive coping mechanism, allowing the symptoms to subside or become manageable, but the chances of that are slim. If SPD doesn’t just go away...

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Breakthrough Study Reveals Biological Basis for Sensory Processing Disorders in Kids Sensory

Breakthrough Study Reveals Biological Basis for Sensory Processing Disorders in Kids US San Francisco publishes article by Juliana Bunim regarding breakthrough study showing Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD) are more prevalent in children than autism. Information parents can share with family and friends about how your child’s diagnosis is real and what intervention can help.  Written by Juliana Bunim In a groundbreaking new study from UC...

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SENSORY PROCESSING: 5 Myths About Sensory Processing Disorders – Why they Don’t Grow Out of it Sensory

Sensory Processing: 5 Myths About Sensory Processing Disorders The word is out about Sensory Processing Disorders. Or at least it’s starting to be. The news, Internet, and social media are buzzing with information and articles about Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD) and it has people talking. It’s wonderful especially when as many as 1 in 20 children struggle with daily function thanks to SPD and as...

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SENSORY PROCESSING: 30 Brain-Building Sensory Tools for Sensory Integration, Fidgeting & Attention Sensory

30 Brain-Building Sensory Toys to Buy Your Kids This article provides great sensory toys for building your sensory room at home. Affiliate links are included for your convenience. Every year parents always ask me what toys they can get their children to help them learn better in the classroom. There are so many toys available, it’s hard to just pick a few. However, there are...

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SENSORY CRASH PAD: Why Kids Need Crash Pads for Sensory Integration and How to Make Your Own Sensory

Easy way to make your own Sensory Crash Pad This post contains affiliate links. Crash, bang, kerplunk! Those all too familiar sounds when your child is running around the playground chasing after their sister or brother or it’s what happens when they fall from the monkey bars. Fortunately, when your little ones are playing at the park or on the swing set in your backyard,...

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How can I help my family and friends understand my child’s behavior and sensory disorder Sensory

How can I help my family understand my child’s behavior and sensory disorder If you have a child with sensory issues, Autism, ADHD or a Sensory a Processing Disorder (SPD), you can empathize with the mother at the store whose child is in the middle of a meltdown, or the child at the next table who is getting overly vocal about how gross their food is...

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Thanksgiving Day Game Plan to Combat Sensory Overload Sensory

Thanksgiving Day Game Plan to Combat Sensory Overload Thanksgiving is full of wonderful things. The smell of food fills the air. We get to eat that wonderful smelling food. We get to catch up with family members. Kids get to run around and play with cousins. Pie (because honestly, it deserves its own category). And what’s thanksgiving without football and the die-hard fans cheering at...

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Developing an Attitude of Gratitude for Children with Sensory Disorders Sensory

Developing an Attitude of Gratitude for Children with Sensory Disorders Sometimes it feels like walking on pins and needles. You think you’ve got it figured out. No tags or tight clothing. You know the lists of foods that wig them out. You have game plans for social settings that stress out your sensory sensitive child. But it can sometimes feel like no matter what you...

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We have some fun ideas for your sensory sensitive kids Sensory

Fun Ideas for your Sensory Sensitive Kids We’re having a great time with Fox 13’s The Place talking about fun midline brain-building exercises to encourage sensory learning for kids with sensory overload, meltdowns, unexplained aggression and anxiety. Kids with sensory issues struggle with all types of textures, smells, and noises, especially when it comes to the classroom, traveling and mealtime. The winter months are the best time to give...

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Angela Hanscom: Stop Blaming Parents (Including Yourself) For Sensory Disorders Article Misguided Sensory

Why I believe “Angela Hanscom: Stop Blaming Parents (Including Yourself) For Sensory Disorders” Article is Misguided I recently read an interesting opinion article by Lee Lee in the Huffington Post entitled, “Angela Hanscom: Stop Blaming Parents (Including Yourself) For Sensory Disorders,” and was instantly curious about it’s claims regarding society blaming parents for their lack of effort to help children struggling with Sensory Processing Disorders...

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