Probably the biggest lesson I’ve learned with having two sensory kids is that no one is going to be my children’s advocate except me. Sometimes I’ve even had to battle my own family as I worked to finding the answers for my kids. So as you continue down this path of sensory challenges, keep in mind that at the end of the day, your biggest job isn’t the small details but rather to be your child’s advocate.
- The Sensory Connection: An OT and SLP Team Approach (thesensoryspectrumblog.com)
- Top Questions About Sensory Processing Disorder in Children (thesensoryspectrumblog.com)
- Sensory Integration: A Guide for Preschool Teachers (thesensoryspectrumblog.com)
- Why Sensory Play is Important for Preschoolers (thesensoryspectrumblog.com)
- 50 Ways to Support Your Child’s Special Education (thesensoryspectrumblog.com)