How to Support Children with Sensory Processing Needs
Sensory processing describes the way we receive and interpret the incoming stimuli from our seven sensory systems. This book demonstrates how some of the unusual behaviors seen in children, such as rocking, spinning, and flapping, may have a sensory origin. It suggests resources, strategies and interventions to help teachers and parents reduce the impact of these behaviors on the young personâ€™s ability to learn. 128 pages.