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Award-winning author and occupational therapist Barbara Sher has over 45 years experience helping children with sensory processing disorder, autism and Asperger’s learn and thrive. In this new solutions-based guide, she’s collected 100 sensory-rich games that make working with your child a joy. "Whimsy and wisdom pour forth from this wonderful book. The fun and function Award-winning author and occupational therapist Barbara Sher has over 45 years experience helping children with sensory processing disorder, autism and Asperger’s learn and thrive. In this new solutions-based guide, she’s collected 100 sensory-rich games that make working with your child a joy. "Whimsy and wisdom pour forth from this wonderful book. The fun and functional sensory-motor ideas are easily adaptable to suit all environments, all abilities, all kids and all their grown-ups." ―Carol Stock Kranowitz, Author of The Out-of-Sync Child and The Out-of-Sync Child Has FunIf you’re looking for new strategies to manage your child's sensory processing disorder, this book is a perfect companion to classics such as The Out-of-Sync Child and Raising a Sensory Smart Child.Everyday Games for Sensory Processing Disorder advocates play as the most effective approach for children with sensory processing disorder, and illustrates the many ways that play can lead to significant breakthroughs, including: 100 fun and simple games for parents to play with their kids An easy-to-grasp overview of sensory processing disorder Inventive ideas for engaging kids, using materials easily found around the house Inclusive games geared toward varying degrees of development, with modifications for older children


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Award-winning author and occupational therapist Barbara Sher has over 45 years experience helping children with sensory processing disorder, autism and Asperger’s learn and thrive. In this new solutions-based guide, she’s collected 100 sensory-rich games that make working with your child a joy. "Whimsy and wisdom pour forth from this wonderful book. The fun and function Award-winning author and occupational therapist Barbara Sher has over 45 years experience helping children with sensory processing disorder, autism and Asperger’s learn and thrive. In this new solutions-based guide, she’s collected 100 sensory-rich games that make working with your child a joy. "Whimsy and wisdom pour forth from this wonderful book. The fun and functional sensory-motor ideas are easily adaptable to suit all environments, all abilities, all kids and all their grown-ups." ―Carol Stock Kranowitz, Author of The Out-of-Sync Child and The Out-of-Sync Child Has FunIf you’re looking for new strategies to manage your child's sensory processing disorder, this book is a perfect companion to classics such as The Out-of-Sync Child and Raising a Sensory Smart Child.Everyday Games for Sensory Processing Disorder advocates play as the most effective approach for children with sensory processing disorder, and illustrates the many ways that play can lead to significant breakthroughs, including: 100 fun and simple games for parents to play with their kids An easy-to-grasp overview of sensory processing disorder Inventive ideas for engaging kids, using materials easily found around the house Inclusive games geared toward varying degrees of development, with modifications for older children

30 review for Everyday Games for Sensory Processing Disorder: 100 Playful Activities to Empower Children with Sensory Differences

  1. 5 out of 5

    Rin

    One thing I've learned about life sciences is that you can learn a lot about how to do right by looking at what went from. This is why we've been reading many books on play therapy and occupational therapy to be able to notice when and where intervention is needed and how to mitigate the issues at home before or even without the extra professional help. There definitely needs to be way more research done on SPDs. I personally find that all young kids have some sort of minor sensory issues that c One thing I've learned about life sciences is that you can learn a lot about how to do right by looking at what went from. This is why we've been reading many books on play therapy and occupational therapy to be able to notice when and where intervention is needed and how to mitigate the issues at home before or even without the extra professional help. There definitely needs to be way more research done on SPDs. I personally find that all young kids have some sort of minor sensory issues that can follow them their whole life. This book provided very simple games and activities that require little to no equipment, that require you to think on the fly, to help your kid learn to tolerate or properly react to certain sensory sensations. There is so much to learn and read about SPDs. We loved this book because it covered ten kinds of sensory disorders and play therapy for children who feel too much or too little. I learned a ton

  2. 4 out of 5

    Ainara

    Excellent This is a great book, well organised and with tons of ideas/activities. I would definitely recommend this book to any parent.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Caitlin

    I received this product for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. As an OT, I am always looking for new ideas for my kids and their families, and this book fits the bill. It provides a nice overview of SPD, followed by 100 games to play that are appropriate for kids with sensory processing dysfunction and even their typically developing siblings. When I saw the pages on playing with food, I knew Barbara Sher’s ideas would be perfect for several of my patients! This book seems to be f I received this product for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. As an OT, I am always looking for new ideas for my kids and their families, and this book fits the bill. It provides a nice overview of SPD, followed by 100 games to play that are appropriate for kids with sensory processing dysfunction and even their typically developing siblings. When I saw the pages on playing with food, I knew Barbara Sher’s ideas would be perfect for several of my patients! This book seems to be focused toward families more than therapists, and I like how it can grow with their child from early intervention up through the elementary school years, keeping everyone happy and regulated.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Donna Hutt Stapfer Bell

    Window targeted to very young children Games simple, available but not always appropriate for older kids, only kids. Not a bad start, but still...just a start.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Shannon Hawthorne

    Just what i was searching for! This book is practical, researched, and very applicable! The games can be used with all kids...1-92. I can't wait to share with others!

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