Parenting a Child with Sensory Processing Disorder



 A comprehensive guide to integrating a child’s magnified sensory needs into family life. 


This reassuring book shows the parent how to communicate about a child’s sensory processing impairments to others, solve everyday challenges at home, get cooperation at school, and encourage the child. It portrays the indicators of sensory processing impairments, shows how to maintain family-wide harmony, how to gradually improve the management of these impairments, and related issues.


Author:    Christopher Auer & Susan Blumberg, Ph.D.


ISBN:      9781-5722-44634


Pages:    202


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