Tools for Tots: Sensory Strategies for Toddlers and Preschoolers

$15.00

 

Hundreds of strategies to reduce the impact and severity of sensory processing impairments among preschoolers.

 

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An excellent supplement to Dr. John Taylor’s explanatory guide, “Understanding Sensory Processing Impairments,” this parent-teacher guide provides a wealth of practical suggestions for managing a wide range of sensory processing impairments, with techniques involving equilibrium, muscle control, touch, hearing, vision, olfaction, and mouth-based interventions. Topics center on tots that are excessive in these areas: sluggish, cautious, touchy, sensitive to sounds, fumbling, tippy-toe, busy, spirited, socially unaware, challenging of change, picky eaters, nail nippers, tub-time hasslers, tooth brush opposers, dressing fighters, hair care opposers, potty training challengers, and bedtime hasslers.

 

Author:    Diana Henry, Maureen Kane-Wineland, Ph.D. & Susan Swindeman

 

ISBN:        09779-77013

 

Pages:      56

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