1:1 VIRTUAL SUPPORT
I Teach You How Sensory Impacts Learning and Behavior
Are you a parent dying for more information, knowledge and education on sensory processing or other developmental skills? Want to ask an OT about those burning questions you have that’s taking you down research rabbit holes? I’m your girl!
WHY YOU SHOULD WORK 1:1 WITH LAURA
I now have definitive action steps to take TODAY for challenges that have been an issue in our family for years. I wish I had talked with her sooner!
– ELENA –
TOPICS FOR DISCUSSION
1:1 Parent Consult
While this list is not exhaustive, these are some of the common topics that I enjoy supporting parents through. We’ll talk about the “why” behind the behaviors, some ideas for supporting them and some actionable next steps for you and your family to take.
Sensory Processing &
I can teach you all about the specific sensory systems impacted in the tasks and activities your child struggles with. I’ll explain the concepts in an easy to understand way so that you better understand your child.
Fine Motor & Gross
I can teach you all about motor milestones, how they develop, what’s “expected” for a certain age and how to best support your child where they are at so they can start making progress without feeling overwhelmed.
Tools to Help Advocate
For Your Child
I’ll give you the words and tools to advocate for your child in the school setting by providing you suggestions for supports in the classroom and ways to seek further support from teachers or other service providers.
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Welcome, I’m Laura
I’m an enneagram 6, so my brain is constantly moving. My OT lenses never turn off and I can’t “un-see” the sensory and other developmental skills that go in to literally every activity. I love taking what I see and breaking it down into simple terms so parents can understand what goes into their child’s behavior and skills.
I want to shift the mindset away debates like “is it sensory or is it behavior” because I believe that sensory responses are a form of behavior. I believe there is a huge misunderstanding of the implications of sensory processing and how it can impact our everyday lives, especially how little minds learn.
I’m your new mom-bestie who gets it.
I mean… I GET IT. I get the struggle. But I also know all the science and nerdy facts about sensory development that can help you make informed decisions about how to raise your sensory sensitive child.
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PRAISE FOR The Sensory W.I.S.E. Solutions 10 WEEK PROGRAM
I joined the W.I.S.E. Parents program at the beginning of its launch and it has greatly improved our entire family’s quality of life.
Within a few months I have seen some dramatic changes in my daughter’s ability to handle her sensory issues. We are so grateful to have found Laura and the W.I.S.E. Parents program!
– MEGAN S. –
BECOME A SENSORY W.I.S.E. PARENT
Join Sensory W.I.S.E. Solutions
Sensory W.I.S.E. Solutions is a parent 10 week course and group coaching program that guides parents in supporting their sensory sensitive children at home. S.W.S. uses a step-wise-”just right challenge” method to make wearing new clothes, trying new foods, bathroom & hygieine, messy play and tolerating loud sounds easier and more enjoyable for all parties involved.
Next enrollment period for S.W.S. is Fall 2023
The Sensory W.I.S.E. Solutions Podcast
Do you have a child with sensory processing challenges or Sensory Processing Disorder? Looking for some practical tips and advice from an Occupational Therapist’s expert in sensory development? This podcast is for you! Every week, Laura Petix will educate you on the impact that sensory processing has on your child’s learning and behavior.
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The OT Butterfly Blog is full of educational resources about development, insights on sensory processing and simple activities for parents to do at home with their neurodivergent child.