Tag Archives: SPD

Sensory Corner: My Perspective on Sensory Integration

[Source:  Fab Strategies] I frequently use Sensory Integration/Sensory Processing Intervention in my work as an occupational therapist with clients who have severe behavioral, sensory processing and developmental challenges. I get criticism both by professionals who question the validity of sensory … Continue reading

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OT Corner: 30 Christmas Sensory Stocking Stuffers / Hanukkah Gifts for Special Needs Kids

[Source:  The Sensory Spectrum] In my parent Facebook Group,  Voices of SPD, several parents were asking for recommendations for Christmas stocking stuffers. The problem is, there are hundreds of great sensory stocking stuffers out there! But I know how tough it can be to whittle down … Continue reading

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OT/PT Corner: 17 Tips For Finding the Right Shoes for a Child with Special Needs

[Source:  Friendship Circle] The wrong pair of shoes can create a day of misery for anyone. When special needs are added to the mix, the right pair of shoes can become elusive. Increased foot discomfort is associated with Sensory Processing … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Special Needs School Survival Guide

Book by Cara Koscinski, MOT, OTR/L Review by Lindsey Biel, M.A. OTR/L Every so often a book comes along that you know you have to recommend to the families  and caregivers of the kids you work with. This wonderful, self-published book … Continue reading

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Worth Repeating: Melting Down the Autistic Meltdown: Sometimes Tantrums aren’t Tantrums

Thank you to The Sensory Spectrum for sharing this article with us [Source: emaxhealth.com] The one thing that I hear from parents of autistic children the most is how frustrating their child’s meltdowns are and how humiliating it is that … Continue reading

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