Raising, working with, and teaching special needs kids can be a blessing. It helps to understand different kinds of needs our children or students may face. This is an interesting article on sensory processing disorder that I thought my readers would enjoy.
In honor of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) month, I put together some helpful resources and tips for families who are having trouble explaining their child to others.
Many families that I work with who have children affected by Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) often struggle with how to explain their child’s “behaviors” to family members, friends, teachers, and other children. SPD, like many, developmental differences is “hidden.” Kids don’t wear signs that they have it and often how children communicate their challenges is read as a “behavior problem.” Read more.