This library features a collection of reading resources that tackles different areas concerning sensory processing - its definition, how it can be addressed, challenges that are most commonly encountered by parents and so much more.
Let’s not beat around the bush- potty training isn’t the funnest or the prettiest part of being a parent. Having a kid with sensory issues makes it that much more tricky and stressful!
Most kids are ready for potty training between the ages of 18 to 36 months (there is no one-size-fits all), but kids with sensory issues can take longer before they’re ready.
So, when your kid is ready, how do you get them ready to abandon the diaper and learn to use the toilet? Let’s get into it!
The golden question is; how do you treat Sensory Processing Disorder?
Every kid is different- there is no one-size-fits-all treatment for SPD. Still, there are a handful of options that have been used to great effect by many parents just like you!
It can be overwhelming trying to keep track of the different treatment options, and confusing trying to decide which one will work best. The truth is simple, however; the key to finding the best treatment is understanding the different options and trying them out to see the results first hand.
So, what are the options? Let’s get into it.
Kids are always full of energy, and there’s nothing wrong with that. They’re prone to run, jump, shout, and overall make a ruckus; that’s just normal for young children with good health and high energy. However, some kids experience this to a more severe degree than others. ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) is where these traits are so frequent and severe that they interfere with the child’s ability to live life normally in school, while playing, at home, or anywhere else. Today, we’ll bust through the truths of this disorder, and take a look at the impact that it makes on you and your kid’s life.