Sensory Processing Disorder Books
As a mother of a child with sensory processing disorder, I know you can have many unanswered questions about your child's or loved one's diagnosis. That is where the idea of "Questions From Those Who Know" came from. I teamed up with Jeanette Baker, founder of the popular Sensory Processing Disorder Parent Support Group, and reviewed the most asked questions. Here you will see the result of what others have to say helped their children with SPD. Research shows early intervention is key; yet, it can be overwhelming to know where to begin to help your child. We hope that this book will bring you ideas that have worked for others, as well as comfort that you are not alone! We also hope it helps spread knowledge of what SPD is and what it is like to live with.
*Paperback version includes a bonus poem on SPD from Jeanette Baker.
From her daughter Heather’s original diagnosis to a veritable smorgasbord of difficulties, Tami did her own research into Sensory Processing Disorder and Autism and sought out a therapeutic approach that actually worked. After comprehensive research, Tami found and accessed successful protocols for Heather which can be used by other parents of children with High-Functioning Autism.
Tami shows exactly how a sensory lifestyle was developed to provide and maintain Functioning Recovery and she provides examples of projective trials that show benefits pertaining to sensory support. CranioSacral Therapy and Bio-Medical supports are explained as well as their value in recovery is documented as Tami illustrates how a sensory lifestyle gives crucial support for school, employment and independent living.
The Pocket Occupational Therapist is an illuminating and essential guide for caregivers of children with physical and developmental disabilities or parents of children in rehabilitation from illness or injury. It contains questions that are frequently asked to pediatric occupational therapists about:
Our new SCHOOL guide book is an illuminating guide to all things
related to students with autism, SPD, social skills deficits, disorganization, ADHD/ADD, dysgraphia, and many more. Also a great book for typical children who are struggling with issues at school. IEP goals are discussed along with several different accommodations and strategies for meeting goals.
As the veil of denial is slowly lifted, Michele faces up to the fact that something is terribly wrong with her beautiful baby Elizabeth. Join her in I Believe In You as she travels a road unfamiliar to most parents, into Elizabeth’s world, the world of dyspraxia and sensory processing disorder, and meet the wonderful group of individuals, both therapists and friends who help her on her journey. Her devotion to Elizabeth proves there are some things that withstand even the greatest challenged: a mother’s love and the words “I believe in you.”
The product of Carolyn's extensive experience in the field of Sensory Organizing, this amazing new book gives parents an easy-to-follow roadmap to success for their rigid, anxious, or distracted child. With experience, skill, and generosity, Carolyn shares her leading-edge organizing model that bridges the gap between clinical support and practical in-home solutions. Her proven systems make life easier—and more fun—for your entire family.
Books For Children
Even Cats Have Asperger's by Kathy Hoopmann
Books For Parents
Sensory Processing Disorder Answer Book By Tara Delaney