Hope and resources for you child with SPD

Hope and resources for you child with SPD

Ever feel confused about understanding your child with sensory processing disorder? Wonder how to get help and clarity? Watch to find out how! Click here for more information on SPD (Sensory processing disorder)

What is most important for your child to learn?

What is most important for your child to learn?

Discover the most important piece for your child’s brain to learn. Especially important if you child deals with sensory processing issues (SPD). Click here for more information on SPD (sensory processing disorder)

Does your child with SPD seem unwilling, stubborn, or defiant? (Sensory Processing Disorder)

Does your child with SPD seem unwilling, stubborn, or defiant?  (Sensory Processing Disorder)

If you are tired of your child’s unwillingness to cooperate or follow your instructions, find out here why it may because of their SPD. Click here for more information on SPD (sensory processing disorder)

Confused how vision affects your child with learning disabilities such as Autism, Asperger’s, or Dyslexia?

Confused how vision affects your child with learning disabilities such as Autism, Asperger’s, or Dyslexia?

Learn the two parts of vision that can affect your child’s learning. Help clarify why your child can have “good” vision, but still be diagnosed with a problem. Discover the opposite difference between the vision problems in autism (ASD) and dyslexia. Click here for more information on SPD (sensory processing disorder)

Help your child with SPD become more interactive (Sensory Processing Disorder)

Help your child with SPD become more interactive (Sensory Processing Disorder)

Want your child with SPD to engage more in the world? Learn the most important piece. Click here for more information on SPD (sensory processing disorder)

The most important consideration if your child has Anxiety and SPD

The most important consideration if your child has Anxiety and SPD

Understand how changing your child’s brain is more important than changing their environment…if they have a sensory processing issue (SPD). Click here for more information on SPD (sensory processing disorder)

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