Sensory processing disorder (SPD) has been likened to a “neurological traffic jam,” and occurs when sensory information is not received or transmitted appropriately within the brain enabling a child to organize, assimilate and make sense of the world.
This disorder leads to a spectrum of social, emotional, and behavioral problems that can be expressed in a variety of ways.
But what can parents, caregivers, teachers, and professionals do to help children with SPD?
They can read The Sensory Processing Anthology which brings much-needed support to adults, children and families dealing with this disorder.
The Sensory Processing Anthology: A Comprehensive Guide for Parents and Caregivers of Sensational Kids
This unique book provides in-depth descriptions of the SPD types with accompanying strategies to help the sensory child succeed in their everyday tasks. The first book of its kind to provide hundreds of strategies for dealing with a sensory child’s behavior, it also illuminates the “whys” behind the befuddling behavior.
SPD is presented in a holistic manner with dysfunction described not by each individual sense, but by each type of disorder.
Written by a parent of sensory children with technical oversight from occupational therapists, developmental optometrists, audiologists, and mental health professionals, this book is an invaluable resource for providing the calm, loving, and empathic environment needed to help a sensory child develop, learn and succeed.
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About the Author
Martha Ohler-Guerrero is a parent advocate and mother of two children with sensory processing disorder. She lives with her kids in Glenview, Illinois.
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