SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDER AT HOME IDEAS
Today I want to share these Sensory Processing Disorder at home ideas, because if you have a child with sensory issues, it can be the difference between a great day and a not-so-good day.
A few months ago, on a rainy day in the cold part of winter, I went with my son’s class to an amazing bright, well-lit, colorful museum built just for kids their age. Most of the seven and eight year olds were so excited, itching to run around and explore.
I looked over to see John, my son’s classmate with sensory processing disorder. He was going further and further into his own shell. What is excitement to some children is scary to him.