Two experts tackle one of the most
formidable and pervasive developmental
issues facing children today, with a
foreword by Temple Grandin.
For children with sensory integration
issues, including those who have
difficulty processing everyday
sensations and exhibit unusual behaviors
such as avoiding or seeking out touch,
movement, sounds, and sights, this book
is an invaluable resource. Long
thought to affect only autistic
children, or mistaken for ADHD, SI
dysfunction is finally being recognized
as a separate condition.
Coauthored by a pediatric occupational
therapist and a parent of a child with
Raising a Sensory Smart Child
is as warm and accessible as it is
authoritative and detailed and is an
indispensable guide for parents,
therapists, and teachers who will turn
to it again and again.
Authors: Lindsey Biel and Nancy