Does your autism child get frustrated easily? Or when they do get frustrated, do they have a hard time transitioning back to calm? It might be helpful to have a few tricks up your sleeve for the next time you need to “tame your little dragon.”
Children have much the same responses as . . . → Read More: How To Calm Your Little Dragon
Cozy Calm weighted blankets are a new addition to the sleep aid category. Not only do they help provide a restful night’s sleep for the general public, but they also target children and adults with sensory integration problems, Asperger’s syndrome and autism.
Eileen Parker, owner and designer of the Cozy Calm weighted blanket likens . . . → Read More: Cozy Calm Blankets
Have you ever been out at the mall or a restaurant and witnessed a child having a complete udder meltdown and thought that the child was just a spoiled misbehaved child or that the parents didn’t know how to control them. That may or may not be the case, and many . . . → Read More: Sensory Integration Autism Diet for the Autism Child
I have started doing some work for Lea Keating of Sensory Street Kids. She has hired me to help with her website and her blog, La La Language. Lea has a son that was diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) at the age of 16 months. She founded Sensory Street Kids to fill a . . . → Read More: Sensory Street Kids Is A Hit
The following was posted on a forum I am a member of:
“Conference on helping individuals with special needsOn October 1-3, 2010, the best and brightest involved in multi sensory stimulation research and practice will convene in Birmingham, Alabama for the International Multi Sensory Environment (Snoezelen) Symposium (www.isna2010.org) . This 8th annual event which . . . → Read More: Multi Sensory Conference in Alabama