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Becoming a Sensory Smart Parent
What is Sensory Processing? Sensory Processing refers to how the brain takes in and uses information from the senses (vision, sound, smell, taste, touch, body position and movement) in order for the body to interact with the environment. Some children have difficulty making sensory of their environment because they are not processing this sensory information efficiently. Some kids get overloaded or withdraw, while others seem like they can’t get enough sensory input. Some kids are seeking sensory input because they are just being kids. So how do you know if what your child is seeking or avoiding is more than “just being a kid”? Well, as a pediatric occupational therapist and a parent of a child with sensory needs, it can be overwhelming and confusing. So that is why I put together this training to help you. Once you have an idea on what your child is seeking or avoiding, it is much easier to get the resources you need.
The Visual Schedule
Managing behaviors in a child with autism, ADHD and sensory processing disorder can be HARD! Many times, kids “get stuck” in routines, which can affect their behavior at home, school and in social situations. If you are hitting roadblocks with traditional therapy and behavior approaches, I have developed a training just for you!
Monthly Power Meetings
Managing behaviors in children with autism, ADHD or sensory processing disorder can be challenging and difficult. It is hard to know what is “behavior” and what is “sensory” overload. Many times it is a combination of factors, including sensory processing difficulties, physical discomfort, nutritional deficiencies that contribute to behaviors. As a parent, it is hard to know where to start. That’s why we created our Monthly Power Meetings membership, to help you with 1 on 1 coaching.