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Five Sensory Processing Disorder Bedtime Tips

Five Sensory Processing Disorder Bedtime Tips

Five Sensory Processing Disorder Bedtime Tips

There are a million reasons bedtime might feel like a battle with your kids. But if your child has SPD, things get even trickier. Itchy sheets, harsh air conditioning, seams in their pajamas… For kids with Sensory Processing Disorder, the list of things that interfere with a good night’s sleep can be long and complicated.

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Can Kids with SPD Have a Normal Life?

Can Kids with SPD Have a Normal Life?

Usually, what people are really asking is, “Can my child have a happy, healthy life with SPD?” And the answer is: YES! Sure, children and adults with Sensory Processing Disorder face unique challenges in their day-to-day. But certain skills and strategies can help them lead productive, rewarding lives.

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Interacting Positively With Children Who Have ASD

Interacting Positively With Children Who Have ASD

Whether you’re just learning about ASD or have years of experience, it’s always a good time to brush up on positive interactions. That way, you can practice them in your own life and help others by spreading awareness on the topic.

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A Day In The Life of A Child With Sensory Processing Disorder

A Day In The Life of A Child With Sensory Processing Disorder

  So I was reading an amazing blog post showing what a typical day might look like for a child...

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Sensory-Friendly Halloween Costumes

Sensory-Friendly Halloween Costumes

Sensory kids love Halloween too! Whether your family is going for an over-the-top fright night or a leisurely evening of candy consumption, we’ve got the costume ideas you need to make it memorable. 


We all know how particular sensory kids can be. But that doesn’t mean they can’t fully embrace their inner T-Rex, Thor, or out-of-this-world E.T. this Halloween. All you need is a little preparation, keeping your child’s unique sensory needs in mind.

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