by Carol Kranowitz, M.A. Year Published:This book provides 101 creative solutions for what to do for a restless child and in a small space. The activities are appropriate for three to seven year old children. by Carol Kranowitz Year Published:This delightfully illustrated "chapter book," geared for eight-to-twelve-year-olds, tells the charming tale of five family members and their naughty dog (each with a different sensory processing challenge) and how they get in sync after a tough day. The actual story is in larger print for younger readers to read or hear. Explanations of sensory processing issues are woven through the story in regular type for proficient readers to linger over at leisure. Everyone with sensory issues will find a character to identify with. Maybe your child is like Darwin with sensory overresponsivity. Or perhaps you know someone like Betsy and Filibuster, who are sensory seekers. This wonderful book, from the best-selling author of The Out-of-Sync Child and The Out-of-Sync Child Has Fun is a must-have for every family challenged by sensory processing problems!
Parenting a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder: A Family Guide to Understanding & Supporting Youby Christopher R. Auer and Susan L. Blumberg Year Published:This book is a very positive and committed piece of work written by two parents of children with sensory processing disorder. They describe the consequences of these problems for their family situation and the best way for a family to deal with these problems. What is the best way to understand and support your child at home. I was moved most by the personal descriptions of these parents, which make the problems intensely felt and by their efforts to always look on the positive side of the situations they describe. They give advice how to keep family relations positive in spite of the problems of their child.
by Lindsey Biel and Nancy Peske Year Published: by Carol Stock Kranowitz, M.A. Year Published:The Out-of-Sync Child broke new ground by identifying Sensory Processing Disorder, a common but frequently misdiagnosed problem in which the central nervous system misinterprets messages from the senses. This newly revised edition features additional information from recent research on vision and hearing deficits, motor skill problems, nutrition and picky eaters, ADHA, autism, and other related disorders. by Carol Stock Kranowitz, M.A. Year Published:This companion volume to The Out-of-Sync Child presents activities that parents of kids with Sensory Integration Dysfunction can do at home with their child to strengthen their child's abilities-and have some fun together along the way. by Karen Smith Ph.D. and Karen Gouze, Ph.D. Year Published:
Too Loud, Too Bright, Too Fast, Too Tight: What to do if you are Sensory Defensive in an Over Stimulby Sharon Heller Year Published:
by Jane Koomar, Carol Kranowitz, Elizabeth Haber, Stacey Szklut, Lynn Balzer-Martin and Deanna Iris Sav Year Published: by Carla Hannaford Year Published:Neurophysiologist and educator Dr. Carla Hannaford brings the latest insights from scientific research to questions that affect learners of all ages. Examining the body's role in learning, from infancy through adulthood she presents the mounting scientific evidence that movement is crucial to learning. Dr. Hannaford offers clear alternatives and remedies that people can put into practice right away to make a real difference in their ability to learn. She advocates more enlightened educational practices for homes and schools including: a more holistic view of each learner; less emphasis on rote learning; more experiential, active instruction; less labeling of learning disabilities; more physical movement; more personal expression through arts, sports and music; less prescribing of Ritalin and other drugs whose long term effects are not even known.