This 26 page guide explains SPD in easy-to-understand terms.
The tips are ones you can apply right now to help kids with sensory processing issues. The explanations are ones you can pass on immediately to anyone who needs a better understanding of SPD. The guide has detailed descriptions of each of the sensory systems as they relate to SPD, what each of the sensory systems look like with an over-responsive or under-reactive sensory systems, and how these impaired responsiveness levels impact a child’s abilities and skills.
When it comes to sharing information related to Sensory Processing Disorder, I’ve found the trick for most people is to break the info down into bite-size lessons that can help reduce the glazed-over eyes on caregivers, grandparents, and teams. The information in the Sensory Processing Disorder Handbook is sorted out by sensory system and explains the behind the scenes of SPD in easy-to-understand terms.
This handbook can be used to guide a therapist’s treatment strategies and as a tool for parents and teachers to better understand what is happening in the body of a child with Sensory Processing Disorder.