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Websites: – Packed full of sensory resources and tools designed to help you understand and respond to your child's sensory signals! – Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation; world leader in research, education, & awareness of sensory processing disorder. – Raising a Sensory Smart Child: The definitive handbook for helping your child with sensory processing disorder; has sections for working with schools & sensory diet ideas – Aerial yoga and mindfulness for kids! – A blog, resources and courses to help parents and teachers understand the comprehensive benefits of "wiggling" & play in early childhood. – Amer Occupational Therapy Association – Integrated Listening Systems; research, products, & webinars – Interactive Metronome Therapy Program for treating neurological conditions impacting cognitive and motor functions

Books & Print:

"Sensational Kids: Hope and help for children with sensory processing disorder (SPD)"
by Lucy Jane Miller PhD, OTR

"The Brain that Changes Itself"
by Norman Doidge M.D., PhD

"The Boy Who was Raised as a Dog"
by Bruce D. Perry M.D., PhD

"Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight: What to do if you are Sensory Defensive in an Overstimulating World."
by Sharon Heller PhD

"Dry All Night: The Picture Book Technique that Stops Bedwetting"
by Allison Mack

Therapeutic Toys:

Fun and Function

Occupational Therapy Consulting, LLC Amazon Store

Dancing Bear Toys


SPD on 20/20 Part I

SPD on 20/20 Part II

Therapy Ball Exercises

Wilbarger Brushing Protocol

Brock String Instructions

Face-Tapping Gentle Enhancement Exercise

Extreme Home Makeover (August 2011)

"If someone had told me our lives could be like this, I wouldn't have believed them. I see a 180 degree difference in [our daughter], since we started therapy. I can't thank Kelly enough for what she has given our family." — Mom to 7 y.o. girl post international adoption —
"You are the first person who has given us some answers and told us what to do." — Dad to 7 y.o. boy with learning disability —
"You helped me to "understand" [my son]. As a parent we may look at therapy as a way to fix our children. I'm sure that is why we originally came, but along the way I realized that understanding and learning how to support [our son] were more important than just a "fix"." — Mom to 8 y.o. boy with learning disability —
"Thank you for giving us our little boy back." — Mom to 3 y.o. boy with brain injury —

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