“4 steps to less stressful daily routines with your sensory sensitive child (without punishments or sticker charts)”

In just 60 minutes, I’ll teach you:

  • The same exact 4-step-process I used as a sensory trained Occupational Therapist with my own sensory sensitive daughter.
  • The most important mindset shift you need to have as a parent to a sensory sensitive child.
  • How to create a plan to help your child through the most common sensory-triggering daily routines, such as:
    • wearing certain clothes/socks/shoes
    • taking a bath/washing hair/ brushing teeth (and other hygiene tasks)
    • trying new foods
    • participating in busy/noisy environments

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Frequently Asked Questions

I can’t make either of the live classes, can I get a recording instead?

Yes. In order to register, you just need to select a time slot. If you can’t make that time, no worries. You’ll still be on the list to receive the replay recording after the live class.

What age is this content geared towards?

This 4 step process can be used and adapted to help kids of any age. However, some suggested scripts and example activities are best suited for preschool to early elementary age (3-8).

I’m not yet sure if my child is neurodivergent, is this masterclass for me?

Yes. This class focuses on sensory sensitive behavior that impacts functioning. With or without any specific diagnosis of any kind, if your child is having a consistent difficult time with particular activities of daily living, such as: bath time, brushing teeth, wearing clothes, eating, handling loud sounds or busy environments, this masterclass will be helpful.

I’m a new OT/SLP/teacher and just really want to learn more from you, can I take this masterclass?

You can! Keep in mind that the language and examples I use will always reference the home setting, and I’m unable to dedicate any time in the Q&A portion towards the classroom or clinic setting. No certificate is available for this masterclass.

My child seems to be a mix of everything! They seek things and are sensitive to other things, will this program help?

If your child over responds or over reacts to touch or sound as it relates to: eating, hygiene, (hair brushing, washing, bathing, nail clipping), wearing clothes or loud environments, then yes. It is common for children to also seek out other kinds of sensory input in addition to being sensitive to others and those children are welcome and would still benefit from this method.