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Dealing with power struggles and push back from your child when you just want them to clean up, get dressed, [continue reading]
When you have a child who’s neurodivergent, should you talk to them about their neurodiversity? When should you talk to them about their neurodiversity? And most importantly, HOW do you talk to them about it? [continue reading]
As a pediatric OT, I have had to jump through hurdles and hoops just to get medical professionals to actively listen to my concerns about my daughter.
Just when I thought I got the “golden ticket” for an eval, another hurdle pops up.
What exactly is Sensory Processing Disorder? Who can diagnose SPD? How can I get support if I suspect my child has SPD? I answer all these questions and more in this podcast episode. [continue reading]
Even though Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is not currently listed as a DSM diagnosis, the presentation of SPD as a [continue reading]
So you do the heavy work, you do the home program your OT gives you and follow all the suggestions [continue reading]
If you have a child who has sensory sensitivities and is a sensory avoider, then you’re no stranger to their [continue reading]