November-January issue of Autism Digest.
Read about how sensory processing challenges can affect eating, and find some suggestions to help out-of-sync children who are picky eaters.
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.
May-July issue of Autism Digest (formerly Autism Asperger’s Sensory Digest).
Luke wanted to join his classmates’ overnight camping trip but knew the sensory overload would be too challenging. Using the problem-solving method called A SECRET, he and his OT, parents and teacher made modifications that let Luke attend and enjoy the outing. Learn how you can make small changes that make a big difference in a child’s daily life.
February-April issue of Autism Asperger’s Sensory Digest.
Jeffrey has mild autism. Read about some of the highs and lows in his life, from baby days through toddler years, elementary school and high school days, and now his college experience.
November 2021-January 2022 issue of Autism Asperger’s Sensory Digest.
Spencer overcomes boyhood Lyme disease and sensory processing challenges, becoming a healthy, energetic young man, eager to use his skills as an embedded hardware engineer.
August-October issue of Autism Asperger’s Sensory Digest. The school bus is coming, your child can’t find her homework, you get angry, and the day begins on a negative note. Use positive speaking to turn this scene into a rewarding learning experience.
May-July issue of Autism Asperger’s Sensory Digest. Looking for some activities to get the kids movin’ and groovin’ this summer? For fun in the sun in ’21, here are five “Quinks.”