The Sensory Spectrum

For SPD Kiddos and Their Parents

Disciplining the Special-Needs Child


“Disciplining a child who is “differently-abled” is likely to bring out the best and the worst in a parent. Parents try to help a child make up for what’s missing by increasing their love and attention, yet children with special needs trigger special frustrations in parents. Be prepared to run out of patience.” – Dr. Sears

Disciplining the Special-Needs Child

Author: Jennifer

Jennifer is a mom evolving as she navigates the waters of parenthood as well as having two children with sensory processing disorder and sharing her knowledge. She writes The Jenny Evolution, Generation iKid and The Sensory Spectrum.

2 thoughts on “Disciplining the Special-Needs Child

  1. The Positive Discipline series of books, CD’s, DVD’s, workshops, and more, has been my absolute favorite parenting teaching. Lots of tools without having to resort to punishment. And, they also have a book just for parenting kids with special needs ( I have at least 4 of their books, and every one is filled with gold.

    • I forgot to add, my son was diagnosed with SPD at 2, and recently diagnosed with ADHD, learning disabilities, and pervasive anxiety. Positive Discipline has been excellent for him and for our family.

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