Vestibular Input: Sensory Processing Explained

“Vestibular is all about balance and movement. All children require this movement and input for proper development. The problem occurs when a child is either over or under responsive to this input.” – Lemon Lime Adventures CLICK HERE: Vestibular Input: Sensory Processing Explained For vestibular tools and toys you can use at home, consider the…

What is the Difference Between Speech and Language?

My youngest son went to speech therapy for more than a year to help him. But I would have been hard-pressed to explain the difference between speech and language. Playing with Words 365 explains just what is the difference between speech and language. CLICK HERE: What is the Difference Between Speech and Language?

What You Missed in March on The Sensory Spectrum

With the closing of March 2015, I want to extend a very warm welcome to The Sensory Spectrum’s newest followers. I’m glad you’ve joined our sensory community. And I’m so grateful to my dedicated followers. I love reading your comments and emailing back and forth. Your feedback makes me want to find even more inspiring…

Growing an In Sync Child: Simple, Fun Activities to Help Every Child Develop, Learn, and Grow

Book: Growing an In-Sync Child: Simple, Fun Activities to Help Every Child Develop, Learn, and Grow by Carol Kranowitz and Joye Newman Based on the authors’ more than seventy combined years of professional success working with children of all abilities, Growing an In-Sync Child provides parents, teachers, and other professionals with the tools to give every child…

What Every Special Needs Parent Should Hear

I absolutely adore this list from Dr. Darla Clayton. I really can’t pick a favorite one… they are ALL things every special needs parent should hear. CLICK HERE: 20 Things Every Parent of Kids with Special Needs Should Hear For further reading, considerate the following affiliate links:

Understanding Restaurant Meltdowns

Dinner time can seem like a straight forward activity. But for children with sensory challenges (as well as Autism), it can bring a barrage of visual, auditory, olfactory and tactile stimuli. No wonder kids have meltdowns! When we change how we think about the world around a sensory kid, we can begin understanding restaurant meltdown.…

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