Distraction or Sensory Seeking? – Sensory Integration Disorder

Distraction or Sensory Seeking? by Terri Mauro Another common difficulty for parents of children with sensory integration disorder is telling the difference between distractibility and sensory-seeking behavior. Is your child really ignoring you, or is he just preoccupied with finding the sensory input he needs to feel safe, comfortable, and alert? Ask yourself these questions:Continue reading “Distraction or Sensory Seeking? – Sensory Integration Disorder”

Wilbarger Brushing Protocol (OT Brushing & Joint Compressions) – YouTube

Wilbarger Brushing Protocol (OT Brushing & Joint Compressions) – YouTube.

Joint Compressions – “Squishies” – After a Meltdown – YouTube

Joint Compressions – “Squishies” – After a Meltdown – YouTube.

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Dr. Lucy Jane Miller – YouTube

Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Dr. Lucy Jane Miller – YouTube.

Sensory World – About SPD

About Sensory Issues and SPD The latest research by the Sensory Processing Disorder Foundation indicates that 1 in every 6 children experiences sensory symptoms that may be significant enough to affect aspects of everyday life functions. Symptoms of Sensory Processing Disorder, like those of most disorders, occur within a broad spectrum of severity. While mostContinue reading “Sensory World – About SPD”

What a Shaman Sees in A Mental Hospital – Beyond Meds

What a Shaman Sees in A Mental Hospital September 3, 2012 By giannakali The below is an excerpt of a blog post which is, before that, an excerpt of an email, which is before that an excerpt from a book. It tells a story about Malidoma Patrice Somé who is a shaman from west Africa,Continue reading “What a Shaman Sees in A Mental Hospital – Beyond Meds”