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Sensory Processing 101
is your go-to book for understanding all things sensory.
With this book you'll understand how your child's body processes the world around them.
You just want to understand your child. And most importantly, You want your child to be understood.
Have you ever wished you could understand your kids better?
Or better yet have you wished you could give them the language they need to tell you why they are behaving the way they are?
If so, you’re not alone. Most parents and teachers wish they knew why kids act the way they do.
What if we told you that we have a key that can help you unlock the mystery of kids’ behaviors?
Drawing on years of experience in education and pediatric occupational and physical therapy as well as the experience of a parent of a child with Sensory Processing Disorder, the authors of Sensory Processing 101 created this resource to:
3 Books In One Complete Resource
Sensory Processing Explained
Learn about the sensory systems from a therapist’s point of view and from the perspective of a parent and educator.
Creative and Engaging Sensory Activities
Find playful ideas to help kids create healthier responses to the sensory input in their surroundings.
Handouts and Printables
Perfect for printing and sharing with parents, teachers, and others who have an interest in learning more about sensory processing.
Sensory Behavior Indexed
A comprehensive list of behaviors correlated with possible sensory causes.
Sensory Activities Shopping Lists
Printable lists of materials for all of your favorite sensory activities.
Loads of Fun
That's right, FUN! Learning about the magic of sensory processing can be fun and exciting!
What's Inside This Unique Sensory Guide?
Section 1: Sensory Processing Explained
Section 2: Sensory Activities for Kids
35 Sensory Activities to engage all the senses.
Section 3: Sensory Resources
You'll have access to the most relevant resources available.
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Dayna Abraham is a National Board Certified early childhood teacher turned homeschooling mom of three. She started blogging at Lemon Lime Adventures to share her real-life experiences with homeschooling and supporting her son with Sensory Processing Disorder as well as to share life’s sweet and sour moments. Her mission is to remain down to earth while providing ideas for intentional learning experiences ranging from science to sensory play. Visit Lemon Lime Adventures.
Claire Heffron, Pam Braley, and Lauren Drobnjak
Claire Heffron and Lauren Drobnjak are practicing pediatric occupational and physical therapists who blog at The Inspired Treehouse. Pam Braley, also an occupational therapist, is a co-creator and contributor to The Inspired Treehouse.
Claire holds a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy from The University of North Carolina and has been practicing in public and specialized school-based settings for 10 years.
Lauren graduated from Youngstown State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Physical Therapy. She has practiced for more than 15 years in both clinical and school-based settings.
Pam holds a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Occupational Therapy from The Ohio State University and has 18 years experience practicing in pediatric clinical and school-based settings.
Claire, Lauren, and Pam use outcome- and evidence-based techniques to evaluate and treat children with a wide range of diagnoses and developmental delays. The three therapists also share a passion for promoting healthy development for all children by providing information, activities for kids, and resources at The Inspired Treehouse.