5 edition of Raising a sensory smart child found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 137 p. :|
|Number of Pages||87|
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Be sure to look for the 2009 copyright date. Lyndsay Beil's books are a great resource. Although friends were saying things like, "Don't worry, he'll talk when he's ready," at the age of two, Cole was only saying seven words.
Meanwhile, what are some of the common signs that the body has an awareness problems with regard to sensory malfunctions? I think this will be a resource to return to as my daughter gets older as it addresses IEPs, adolescence, dealing with schools, etc. Rather than being a big talker, she may be a quiet listener and observer, and prefer to work and learn alone 281. Parent Nancy Peske and clinician Lindsey Biel write with a rare combination of warmth, expertise, and practicality.
Virtually every part of a park offers kids chances to nurture their senses, whether it's lifting buckets of sand, proprioceptive awarenessor riding swings vestibular sense. I still wear my underwear inside out so that the stitching does not rub against me. I loved how it was written in language that was easy to understand, and also included practical tips with some common sensory problems.
for now the early chapters were a great guide for simply understanding a kid with sensory issues. This book almost made me hyper because it gave me so many ideas that would benefit my child and those that I work with professionally. I will be going back to this book again and again for help with picky eaters, calming techniques, and even ideas for more peace for myself!
But parents also hate to hear that their child is "abnormal" and so the authors say, get rid of labels and concentrate on what the child is doing that seems a bit strange. This is a book that would be nice to have around to refer to when I'm not sure what's going on. For children with sensory difficulties-those who struggle to process everyday sensations and exhibit unusual behaviors such as avoiding or seeking out touch, movement, sounds, and sights-this groundbreaking book is an invaluable resource.
Super helpful information and resources. Nancy has also co-written and edited several bestselling books Raising a sensory smart child the areas of spirituality, inspiration, health, and psychology. " Maybe your child reacts strongly to the tags on her clothes, or refuses to wear a turtleneck shirt, or can't concentrate when her underwear elastic is too tight.
In fact, I found it useful for both my child with special sensory needs autism and for my neurotypical child. There is so much useful information packed into the almost 450 pages, that I felt it overly dense and text-heavy at times. What I would say it certainly is a help to those who have such a child in their lives. Even after Nancy and her family moved, Lindsey and Nancy teamed to write this updated and expanded edition.
Tremendous store of good advice based in evidence and experience.
But by the time they hit kindergarten, some kids still have lots of trouble with routine tasks, whether in handling play structures, listening clearly, or gripping a magic marker.
The three year old who threw his crayons and screamed at the rough texture of his towels has now become a thriving third grader, happy to go to school and ready to learn.