New to SPD: Lost and Confused

Since My Son's Diagnosis with SPD, things have become a lot clearer to me.

Do you remember how you initially felt when you found out your kiddo had Sensory Processing Disorder? Did you feel relieved you finally knew what was going on? Did you feel sad that your child would have to figure his way in the world with this challenge? Did you feel overwhelmed or revved up to…

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More Than Picky Eating: Kids with a serious aversion to many foods may need help to overcome avoidance

More Than Picky Eating: Kids with a serious aversion to many foods may need help to overcome avoidance

Picky eating and food aversions has been a hot topic lately on our Facebook discussion page. So today I’m posting an article focusing on Sensory Processing Disorder, sensory issues and food/oral aversions. CLICK HERE: More Than Picky Eating: Kids with a serious aversion to many foods may need help to overcome avoidance Photo Credit For further…

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Dizzy Disc (Gross Motor Toys)

Dizzy Disc (Gross Motor, Vestibular Toy)

Dizzy Disc Children crave movement,and thats exactly what they get with this fun and safe spinning ride-on toy. A built-in level adjusts the slope of the Dizzy Disc to increase or decrease the difficulty level. The greater the angle, the greater the excitement! The 16″ whirling top surface allows kids to kneel, sit, lie down…

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8 Steps to Better IEP Meetings: Play Hearts, Not Poker

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So many people ask questions about how to manage IEP meetings in the United States. Here are some tips from a leader in the industry. Also, be sure to check out his books (links to follow).   8 Steps to Better IEP Meetings: Play Hearts, Not Poker For further reading, consider the following affiliate links: Photo…

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