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Parenting a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder: A Family Guide to Understanding and Supporting Your Sensory-Sensitive Child

3.67 of 5 stars 3.67  ·  rating details  ·  42 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Does your child react strongly to noises or smells or textures that other children take in stride? Or does he or she beg for more touch and massage, rocking until he or she is dizzy? This child may be living with a little-known condition called sensory processing disorder (SPD). Kids with SPD may seem unduly sensitive to physical sensations, light, and sound, or they may s ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published December 1st 2006 by New Harbinger Publications
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Lisa
This book is an accessible, quick read for parents of children with SPD (sensory processing disorder).

Very little time is spend discussing SPD itself (just one chapter).

Instead, the authors concentrate on SPD's impact on your marriage (or relationship with the child's other patient), your family, and your typically-developing children. I especially appreciated the chapter about siblings: I hadn't previously thought about how our son's siblings will outlive us, and continue to deal with his... c
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jOi-C
Jan 28, 2008 jOi-C rated it 3 of 5 stars
Recommended to jOi-C by: Occupational Therapist
Shelves: info-cational
Good place to start to learn more about SPD. But half of the book was a list of family activities you can do (mainly to cope with SPD). The informational part of the book was a great place to start for me, but I wasn't impressed by relationships suggestions.
Kristy
a MUST read for anyone who loves a child with sensory processing disorder. An especially awesome chapter on how to meet the needs of the "typical" siblings.
JenNonna
This is a book I go back to from time to time as I'm raising my boys... it's full of information...
Shellah
Was not a fan of this one. Just not my type of book.
Stephanie Jenkins
I still use it as a reference
Jeannie
Great overview
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