Your Essential Guide to Understanding Sensory
When you see a child through sensory
goggles... It ALL Makes More "Sense"!
OTR/L. Paperback, p. 64, understandingSPD.com, 2011.
A book as a tool to understand sensory signals. A book
to hold at hand. On a easy way profound information is given
about sensory processing disorder. It stresses the importance
of processing tactile, vestibular
and proprioceptive information and the use of it in
meaning activities. Only by using the information, adequate
sensory processing can occur. A child has to enjoy the
activities. This book fortunately pays also attention to the
motor part of sensory processing. By seeing a child through
sensory goggles, you see a different behavior. One of Angie Voss
advices is: Before reacting with reprimand or a punishment, consider a
sensory tool or strategy. Next to this all she also emphasizes on
the breath and the state of alertness. The book finishes
with 105 activities or behaviors by which a children can sent
specific sensory signals. That all for a small amount and only 64 pages.
This book is essential to everybody known with sensory
integration or sensory processing disorder. The
influence of sensory processing disorder on the behavior of children
and even grown-ups will be an eye-catcher for all others .
Understanding Your child's Sensory Signals
Angie Voss, OTR/L. Paperback, p. 120, understandingSPD.com, 2011. Second Edition 2013.
Another book written by Angie Voss in which she describes 210
activities and behaviors as sensory signals such as bangs toys, does
not sit still, leans on everything and 207 others. In
this briefly worded and neatly arranged handbook you
find for each sensory signal one page. On
this page you find: the sensory signal, the sensory category, the
sensory explanation, possible questions and ideas to help. This book is
very handy for finding a solution for a problem behavior. It
provides less background information and it can be seen as complementary
to 'Your Essential Guide to Understanding Sensory Processing
This book is recommended for parents, teachers, therapists and other professionals.
No Longer A Secret
Unique Common Sense Strategies for Children with
Sensory or Motor Challenges.
S. Bialer, MA, OTR/L, and Lucy Jane Miller, PhD, OTR. Paperback, p.
238, Sensory World, 2011.
A rather new book. An invaluable and at the same time very readible
book combining the theoretical knowledge of Lucy Miller and
practical experience of Doreit
Bailer. The theory
applied in cost-effective, functional, on the spot problem-solving tips
to use for children with sensory issues at home, at school, or in a
community setting. This unique combination makes this book very
book is addressed to parents, teachers and therapists. Special to all
professionals working with children with sensory and
motor challenges I would advice: Buy this book.
Understanding Your Senses
This book explains how your individual sensory
the way you react to everything that happens to you throughout the day.
Each one of us can identify with one of the four major sensory
patterns: Seekers; Bystanders; Avoiders; and Sensors.
with this information, you will be able to pick just the right kind of
clothing, job, home and understand why you are making such
for therapists and parents with an interest in this subject. Special
useful for therapists using the Sensory Profile questionnaire.
Hope and Help for Children with Sensory Processing
A basic book on sensory processing disorder. Extensive
descriptions of the consequences of sensory processing disorder and how
to recognize these problems. Furthermore the theoretical background is
described, as well as research on this subject.
for therapists and parents with an interest in this subject.
A Guide for Preschool Teachers
very practical book for preschool teacher about
sensory integration and sensory processing disorder. Defining sensory
avoiders, seekers and under-responders. Designing the environment to
support the sensory development of all children. Helping preschoolers
with sensory processing problems and practical solutions to meet the
need of individual children during daily routines. Making low-cost
items to give children opportunities to get the sensory input they
written book is
essential for all preschool teachers. Very useful as well for all
educators working with children with special needs, mental
handicap or a developmental delay. It provides also useful
information for parents and therapist.
Ultimate Guide to Sensory Processing Disorder
Everyday Solutions to Sensory Challenges
detailed book with lots of information about
sensory processing disorder. It provides clear explanations,
up-to-date research, step-by-step strategies and case examples that
brings proven methods to life. It reviews and confirms much of what has
been written. Then it goes further and helps to learn that SPD must be
considered as a form of unmitigated stress, the effect of SPD on the
child's body and systems, and the child's physical and emotional
reactions. Helping your child every day and at special events. How to
help create a sensory-friendly classroom. The difference
SPD and look-alike disorders such as autism spectrum disorder and ADHD.
for therapists and all other professionals. For parents it may be too
extensive although they will find a lot of useful information in
Regulation Disorders of
Sensory Processing In Children
Management Strategies For Parents and Professionals
One of the most recent books on sensory modulation
as sensory processing disorder is referred to in this book. The book
focuses on the correct `diagnosis` of these problems, and the relation
with other diagnoses such as ADHD, autism and problems with sleeping.
The book contains an overview on the research in this area carried out
up till now and it describes how modulation disorder affects everyday
life and what is the best way to tackle problems.
for therapists and parents with an interest in
Integration in Infants and
Helping very young children interact with their
A book on the development of sensory processing in
toddlers. Beside practical information on sensory processing this book
gives information on the way sensory processing can be tested and how
problems in sensory processing can be treated. The cooperation with
parents and the relation between games and sensory integration are also
subjects in this book.
for all therapists and other seriously interested
people who work with infants and toddlers.
Bridges through Sensory
Therapy for Children with
Autism and Other Pervasive Developmental Disorders
focus of this book is on children who have a diagnosis of
or other pervasive developmental disorders and who experience abnormal
sensory processing and impaired motorplanning. This is an excellent
resource book that clearly explains sensory systems ans sensory
integration and how to identify problems in this area for individuals
with autism. It is full of practical suggestions for activities for
specific difficulties, some new insights into behaviour......and some
strategies for increased succes!
for therapist, educators, other profesionals and parents.
Combining Sensory Integration and Integrated Play Groups
A very practical book with suggestions how to use the
principles of sensory processing during all kinds of games. The games
all have a certain theme. A list of all the necessary materials as well
as all kinds of suggestions to enhance the element of play. The
activities are especially suitable for a group of children.
for everyone who wants to apply the principles of
sensory processing in groups.
Integration: Theory and Practice
The most thorough book on sensory processing disorder
focus on the theoretical background.
for therapists with some knowledge on this subject
who would like to go into this matter in depth.