February-April 2024 issue of Autism Digest.
In the revised chapter book, “The Out-of-Sync Family: A Story about Sensory Differences,” Darwin (age 11) introduces SPD to children and other newbies. Read the excerpt in “Autism Digest.”
November 2023-January 2024 issue of Autism Digest.
Rather than getting in the way, SPD can lead the way to solutions for the greater good, such as creating work environments with healthy air, light, and space.
August-October issue of Autism Digest.
To get along at home and school without upsetting everyone, children with SPD come up with brilliant excuses to avoid uncomfortable situations. Let’s strive to understand the underlying reasons for their behavior and applaud them for being so smart!
August-September issue of Autism Digest.
Time to change the “D” in “SPD”! Sensory Processing Differences is more accurate and inclusive than the terms Sensory Processing Disorder or Dysfunction. The fact that a child avoids swings or craves messy play may mean that she processes senses atypically, not that she is abnormal, has mental illness, or can’t function in daily life.