1 edition of Raising a sensory smart child found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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|Pagination||xvi, 62 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
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Anyone with a child with SPD or any parent for that matter can learn how to best help their child when difficult sensory experiences arise. The resources that this book offers vis-a-vis sensory integration dysfunction -- or for those kids with just "mild sensory issues" -- will help parents learn how to: a Learn to spot "atypical behaviors" by going through a sensory checklist which provides a "new way" to view seemingly problem issues with children; b tell the difference between "willful bad behavior" and "neurological over-stimulation" or even under-stimulationand also to help a child's body to "enhance how he behaves"; c locate and cooperate with an occupational therapist and other professionals; d increase your child's ability to "tolerate distressing sensations and situations at home" or at school or in the community; e tune into to the sensory needs that are unique to your child and learn how to help the child develop workable ways to meet those needs; f get the most out of the school that your child is attending; g implement better strategies that Raising a sensory smart child allow a more effective nurturing of the child, deal with "hard-to-handle behaviors" and give the child the skills to help him survive tough challenges; h address "oral-motor issues such as delayed speech and eating problems"; i deal effectively with learning issues, developmental delays and "disorganization"; j fill your home with the right equipment and toys to meet your child's needs; and k employ proven solutions and techniques to help your parenting skills and avoid "frustrating ordeals" pp.
The sensory system is very complex and the authors do a phenomenal job explaining sensory processing clear and concise. As a parent of kids with mild sensory issues, I'm finding this book invaluable. You can also see how the book entitles Raising a Sensory Smart Child: The Definitive Handbook for Helping Your Child with SensoryProcessingIssues and numbers of book collections are providing here.
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