Just wanted to share a resource to the community at large this evening.
The Sensory Parenting 101 website offers courses and materials that walk folks through sensory difficulties, the behaviors that result and what to do to modify the behaviors. They’re a little pricey, but knowing parents of sensory kids and having seen sensory difficulties in adults after brain injury as well, I’ve seen how frustrating and OVERWHELMING these behaviors can be for family members (and clinicians too!) I bet there are people more than willing to pay that. The courses give a lot of information in a digestible format online, but can also be printed off for people that prefer to read print things. It’s written by a COTA who also happens to be a sensory Grandma.
I’m honestly not the best at addressing sensory difficulties. Any clinicians know of good clinician level resources to boost my own knowledge in this area? Thanks!