The Sensory Processing Disorder Handbook is your guide to understanding evrything going on in the child with SPD. From the underlying reasons for behavior to the sensory systems and movement systems. The Sensory Processing Disorder Handbook breaks down everything you need to know to live, work with, or teach a child wih sensory processing disorder.
- 26 page guide to Sensory Processing Disorder
- A comprehensive breakdown of each subset of SPD including: Sensory Modulation Disorder, Sensory Modulation Disorder, Sensory Based Motor Disorder (Dyspraxia and Postural-Ocular Disorder)
-Information related to each of the sensory systems, including the Interoception, Proprioception, and Vestibular systems
-Descriptions of the praxic system and somatosensory system as they relate to movement and behavior
-Typical behavioral responses to poorly integrated sensory systems
Let's face it. Parenting a child who struggles with sensory processing challenges can be overwhelming. For the parent who is struggling to understand the "why" behind behaviors, it can be down-right frustrating! The Sensory Processing Disorder Handbook outlines the responses to each sensory system and explains what is happening in the child with SPD.
From chewing pencils to pacing in the classroom, it can be overwhelming to find strategies that work for the student who struggles with sensory processing disorder. Teachers will better understand the diagnosis and why they see typical behaviors in the classroom.
Therapists are always looking for concise resources to pass on to parents and teachers. The Sensory Processing Disorder Handbook is a quick read that explains the underlying behavioral responses related to sensory processing challenges. The SPD Handbok is approprate for grandparents, babysitters, caregivers, and anyone who interacts with the child with SPD.
The Sensory Processing andbook is a printable file download that is ready to read as soon as the printer cools! Share the handbook with someone who lives with, loves, teaches, or cares for a child with SPD.