Understanding Sensory Processing Challenges

Understanding Sensory Processing Challenges
Author : Robert Grant
Publisher : Autplay Publishing
Total Pages : 122
Release : 2018-10-18
ISBN 10 : 0988271893
ISBN 13 : 9780988271890
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Understanding Sensory Processing Challenges Book Description:

Children and teens who experience sensory challenges often find it difficult to understand the issues they are struggling with and why they are struggling with these issues. Understanding Sensory Processing Challenges: A Workbook for Children and Teens is designed for professionals and parents to work with children who are experiencing sensory processioning struggles. The workbook offers worksheets, play therapy interventions, and resources specifically designed to address sensory challenges. Each worksheet covers a different topic related to gaining awareness about sensory challenges and helping children and teens better understand what it means to have sensory struggles. Through each worksheet, children and teens have the opportunity to express their thoughts and feelings and ask questions. The workbook also provides a guide for professionals and parents offering instructions, information, and suggestions for implementing and processing through each worksheet page. Several play therapy interventions targeting improvement in sensory integration are described for easy implementation by both professionals and parents. The concept of a sensory play diet is fully explored equipping those who work with children and teens with sensory challenges to effectively implement sensory play activities to improve sensory issues. Professionals and parents will find Understanding Sensory Processing Challenges a valuable tool they will use again and again in working with children and teens with sensory issues. Children and teens will enjoy the engaging worksheets as they discover and process through their complex diagnosis.


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